Gifted students discover Hollywood applications for science learning

07/13/2010 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, Calif.)

Students in one California district's gifted-education program learned how science can relate to art and animation from a biology professor who is a frequent anatomical consultant in Hollywood. "I thought that you just drew pictures, but I didn't know that you needed any science and math to do it," one sixth-grader said. The event was part of a series of summer enrichment activities planned by parents and school-district officials.

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