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For kids that attended “Achieve your Goals – Lessons from the Hunger Games” class at Splash 2012 at Stanford

Hey Kid. Congratulations! If you have ventured on to this website after attending the Hunger Games – Achieve your Goals class at Splash 2012 (Stanford), then you are well on your way to achieving your goals. I hope you had fun discussing your goals with other people in the class. I believe, sometimes sharing your goals […]

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Splash 2012 – Magical Fluids and Lessons from the Hunger Games

It’s that time of the year again – Splash time. We had a blast last year at Stanford Splash and taught over a 120 kids about complex fluids and life lessons from Muhammad Ali. And this year, we’re back. With even more cool stuff. So, I have a project report due tomorrow at 10 am […]

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A nice Splash! in Magical Fluids.

Achieving goals goes through three phases. Inspiration – I vividly remember sitting in the library and reading about Splash. I had a click! moment and I thought, whoa, wouldn’t it be cool if I could teach something too. I’ve never done it. But how difficult could it be. It’s just a bunch of kids. Plus, […]

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Ideas to inspire students. Less talk. More action.

I need ideas. I am teaching two classes at the Stanford Splash! on Sunday, April 17th. I’m using Lance Armstrong and Muhammad Ali as my role models. But I wonder if I can make the classes more interactive. More engaging. Instead of just me talking, I wonder if I can have the students do hands […]

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