College for Kids: Actualizing Youth Potential One Child at a Time.
This summer Kean University hosted a group of students who were a lot younger then what is typical for college classes. Eldridge Overton Educational Programs choose to use Kean University to host their summer sessions for elementary students. This inspirational program takes students from pre-K to eighth grade and allows them to choose classes of interest, as they would in college. “My Philosophy for Kean is student oriented and future oriented,” said Kean University Dawood Farahi. “We are always innovating and finding new ways to create opportunities for young people to learn and grow. This Program does just that.” Read more »
Eldridge Overton Educational Programs, Solving More than Ordinary Problems
Aug 08, 2012
Eldridge Overton Educational Programs is expanding the minds of young children with their Fun with Forensics course which is part of the larger College for Kids Summer Camp at Kean Univ. The two-week long course starts with forensics basics then delves into more intricate topics. The objective of the course is for students to learn, investigate, and practice forensics skills then apply this knowledge to solving crimes. Read more »
Eldridge Overton Educational Programs help combat summer brain with summer ‘edu-tainment’
July 27, 2011
Summer “brain drain” in which students typically lose three months of knowledge acquired during the school year, is no longer an issue thanks to College for Kids held by Eldridge Overton Educational Programs. With help from Kean University and Raritan Valley Community College, the program strives to provide children aged 5 through 13 with the tools necessary to excel academically and put them on the right track to college.
Bridgewater ‘Edu-tainment’ programs fighting summer ‘brain drain’
July 24, 2011
Many of the teachers hold advanced degrees and have several years of teaching, administrative and supervisory experience. Because teachers are well qualified in a wide variety of topics they are able to truly engage the students using a rigorous yet entertaining format.
The Students Are From Bridgewater, Now Classes Are There Too
August 18, 2010Natasha Eldridge and Tiffany Overton at the Eldridge Overton School of Excellence in Bridgewater already that, for a local enrichment school, it just seemed like common sense to move some classes to town.
KEAN University Summer Camps 2011 Press Release
January 30, 2011
How do cells make copies of themselves? How do your hair follicles generate protein to keep growing? The answers to these questions are DNA replication and protein synthesis. Investigate the structure of DNA and the processes by which it creates proteins. Learn what turns genes on and off.