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Disney-fy your Downtime: Disney STEAM Classes

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Disney-fy your Downtime: Disney STEAM Classes

Are you looking for a fun way to combine your love for Disney with applied math, science, engineering, and arts? Find out about this great online resource that will have you going inside the Disney Parks in interactive STEAM lessons.

What is STEAM?

STEAM is an acronym that stands for:

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Art
  • Mathematics

Outschool is offering classes that combine study in all of these subjects and applying them to Disney Parks.

A Modified Disney Park Experience May Be Coming Soon To Get Parks Up and Running

Animal Kingdom

This is an example of what students of the Animal Kingdom STEAM class will be able to participate in:

  • Attend virtual field trips of the parks
  • Participate in mini-projects
  • Spot Hidden Mickeys
  • See how ride track switches work
  • Use triangles to estimate heights
  • See x-rays of animals
  • Learn of the science of the phosphorescence in Pandora
  • Learn of animal conservation

Epcot

In Epcot, students will gain a behind the scenes eye of how the Park of the Future operates. Students will again have the benefit of virtual field trips and participate in mini-projects. The 5 classes offered for Epcot include:

  • Undersea Creatures
  • Circlevision Videos and Photos
  • Aerodynamics and Stability
  • Geodesic Polyhedrons
  • Fine Art and Music can complement one another
Ten Epcot Attractions for Families with Small Children

Magic Kingdom

The focus of this class is STEAM in relation to rides, shows, architecture, and games. The classes for Magic Kingdom include:

  • Holograms
  • Mosaics
  • Animatronics
  • QR Codes
  • Forced Perspective

Registration Details

All classes are all available online, but they are not held as live meetings. This allows learners to participate on their own schedule. Learners are able to view pre-recorded videos and interact with their instructors through written messages.

The class sizes are kept smaller, 3-18 learners, to allow quality of interaction between both the instructor and the student. The cost is $21 for a 5 lesson curriculum for a specified park. It is recommended to allow 3-4 weeks to complete a curriculum course.

I was a little bummed that an adult version was not available. The ages for these courses are 8 years -13 years old.

Other Great Classes

Outschool also offers other great online classes, which offer a bit of Disney magic to the study of history, music appreciation, and fashion design. The ages of these classes vary a bit so be sure to view the Outschool website for more information.

  • History and Art of Disney Theme Parks
  • History of Theme Park Camps
  • Disney Princesses: The Real Fashion Story
  • Cinema History through Disney Films
  • Villains Have Their Day: A Look At Disney Villains
  • Happily Ever After: Classic Disney Tales
  • The Art of Disney and Pixar
  • The Magic of the Ladies of Disney
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
From the Walt Disney RR station looking down Main Street

Do you know someone who may be interested in these great online classes? Have you participated in any of these classes before? We would love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Please share with our KtP Planning Crew and on our Facebook page.


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