The Simple Answer
The Academic Answer
1. The developing capability of organizing thought processes and use of deductive reasoning to successfully anticipate consequences.
2. The ability to sort the abstract and more complex items by recognizing similarities is developing.
3. A longer attention span has set in (30-45 minutes), and the tween enjoys mental and physical challenges.
4. The ability to form an opinion based upon presented evidence and also mastering the ability to present their own beliefs to their peers and parents.(http://www.medicinenet.com/tween_child_development/article.htm)
a) We’re going to create whiteboard animations WITH an interactive layer.
b) The goal is for kids to absorb the content, NOT to simply teach the content…and…
c) Make FSC more accessible and MORE fun/engaging/interesting … so…