Students who select this elective will check in daily with the teacher and then work on projects and presentations. Each student will have to present their research or activity twice during the five weeks. For example, a student could learn how to play a new song on a musical instrument, show other students how to cook eggs for breakfast, explain what Boy Scout badges mean, perform a kata they learned in Karate class, sing a song they learned, show the major constellations in the nighttime sky, describe the characteristics of an African Serval, or show students how they taught their pet a new trick. The possibilities are endless, but should be tied to a topic about which the student has an interest in learning more. Students then teach the other students what they have learned.