Who Should Attend
Who should attend… exceptional students who view a difficult problem as an exciting challenge.
The week-long class is designed for bright, enthusiastic students from ages 12-17. The Institute runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. , July 18th through June 22nd.
The purpose of the Institute is to develop each student's abilities in critical thinking and problem solving skills.Students will work independently and in teams to solve a variety of well-tested challenging problems. Dr. Meyer is a beloved by students and parents for his leadership in summer camps, and provides a very rewarding learning experience.
During the academic year, he teaches problem solving in both the honors program and graduate business program at Baldwin-Wallace College near Cleveland. In the past, the course has been a hit with both students and their parents.
We invite you to enroll your student in the "2011 Summer Problem Solving Institute" Location is New Albany, a central Ohio Community commited to excellence in education/exceptional education.
The purpose of the Institute is to develop the students' critical thinking and problem solving skills as well as mental strength and mental stamina. In the past, the course has been a hit with both students and their parents. The tuition is $399 for the week, which includes lunch and all supplies.
There will be two full-time assistants and the class size is limited to 24.
For more information about the Institute, please feel free to call the director, Dr Edwin F. Meyer at 440-826-2495 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.