Super Saturdays

Baylor's Center of Community Learning and Enrichment is holding some exciting events for educators, high-ability children, and their parents for Spring 2017.

Information is below.


Please download the registration forms (instructions included) to sign up:

Questions? Please contact or (254) 710-2171.
Space is limited.*

(Cost $20 per student)

April 15 – Building with Python Programming
201 Cashion Academic Building, Baylor University

Students will use the Python Programming Language to draw pictures, build animations, and make simple games.

• 4th grade to pre-algebra students:  9 a.m. – Noon
(Morning session is filled.)
• Algebra experience to 12th grade:  1 p.m. – 4 p.m. 

A complimentary one-hour parent seminar led by Dr. Susan Johnsen, author of Identifying Gifted Students:  A Practical Guide, will be offered. This seminar will cover topics including how to form a parent advocacy group for gifted children, as well as time for Q & A about gifted education.
11 a.m. - Noon or 3 p.m. - 4 p.m.
No cost, but preregistration required, using the form for student registration above.*

April 29 – Full STEAM Ahead 
Marrs McLean Science Building, Baylor University
(This session is filled.)

Students will explore systems as they use their creative and critical thinking skills to investigate challenges in science, technology, engineering, art, and math stations. From programming ozobots to successfully traversing through an escape room, participants will work in teams to solve the challenges before them. 

• 1st to 6th grade
• 9 a.m. - Noon

Parents are invited to a one-hour seminar led by Dr. Susan Johnsen, author of Identifying Gifted Students: A Practical Guide. This session will provide information on how to form a parent advocacy group as well as Q & A about gifted children. Following this seminar, parents will accompany their child to observe demonstrations of the child’s learning in each of the STEAM stations. 
10 a.m. – Noon.
No cost, but preregistration required, using the form for studenet registration.*

Teachers are invited to a practical one-hour seminar led by Paula Gardner, Baylor adjunct faculty, on how to meet the needs of gifted students within the classroom. Afterward, educators may rotate and observe the different stations led by experienced teachers of gifted students including Evan Carpenter, Kathleen Minshew, Amy Owens, and Dawn Walker.
9 a.m  – 11 a.m.
No cost, but preregistration required, using forms above.*

*Space is limited, so registrations will be honored in the order they are received.

To register please send a completed registration form and payment to the Center for Community Learning and Enrichment.   

Questions? Please contact or (254) 710-2171.