Project Think is a non-profit academic enrichment program. It is designed to stimulate and motivate students as it embraces a wide variety of interest areas. Exceptional educators motivate children to develop thinking skills which will enable them to participate and succeed in a growing, challenging 21st century. Emphasis is on active learning; children learn by using all of their senses in hands-on activities.
Professional guest speakers enhance the program. Master credentialed teachers, classroom aides, and specialists provide a small students : instructor ratio, enabling them to offer small group and individual instruction.
Students may register for either one or both of the 3-week sessions as teachers plan a variety of curriculum choices to stimulate the children’s curiosity and interest for the entire six-week period.
Project Think was founded and is run by master educator, Susan R. Warren, Ph.D.
Classes are held at the Claremont Colleges- Pomona College.