Homeschool Program Structure

The Comprehensive Enki Program Model

In order to best support families while maintaining viability, Enki is now being offered in a “program model.” This comprehensive program includes access to all the materials needed to teach all areas for the year (exclusive of your individual child’s art materials), AND six group guidance videos, with a live Q&A session with senior faculty after each to address your unique questions and issues. There is a member area of our website which will provide you with audio downloads of songs, and online videos of movement work, painting instructions, teaching recorder, and so on.

The digital format of this program offers some exceptional features that are particularly supportive to parent and teacher preparation: the search feature allows you to coordinate across activity/academic lines (so if you have a nest of hatching bluejays at your home, you can find stories, songs, poems, science activities, and crafts  related to bluejays very easily); all materials can be used with an audio read aloud feature (so you can listen on the go to familiarize yourself with a story or to learn a song); and you can bookmark anything and make a study guide to move quickly and easily through the work you have chosen to use.

The program runs on a subscription model, much like a CSA, but in this case a CSE (Community Supported Education). Each year you pay the subscription fee and you receive access to the digital library of written, audio and video materials for that grade and 6 group guidance videos and live Q&A sessions throughout the year. The group guidance videos and live Q&A sessions run in two cycles throughout the year. One starting in January, the other starting in June (September for 2020). If your Grade Two child is just beginning to read, we provide a supplemental reading program from Grade One with your Grade Two package. So your subscription will, to the best of our ability, be tailored and timed to meet your child’s needs.

Programs currently available are Kindergarten, Grade One, Grade Two, and Grades Six to Eight; we plan to add an additional elementary grade each year to complete the Nursery through Grade Eight set.

As always, we offer a sliding scale option for those needing additional support; call the office to request a form.

Each Program fee covers one child. Additional children in the same grade incur a $100 additional yearly fee. School groups with over 10 children work on a different model; contact the office for information on this option.

Kindergarten

Originally $600

with COVID discount:

$500

Grade One

Originally $750

with COVID discount:

$650

Grade One

Originally $750

with COVID discount:

$650

Middle School

(Humanities Only)

Originally $600

with COVID discount:

$500

Base Commitment:

Enki was developed because of our commitment to social justice, including seeing that all who want Enki, are able to have it. To that end, we operate on a sliding scale basis, starting at the top market tuition and offering needs-based reductions from there. [Form to fill out]

As well, Enki is committed to contributing to the cause of human and environmental justice. Historically we have donated a portion of profits to diverse nonprofits committed to these causes. However, at this time we are joining efforts to dismantle systemic racism and so, we will donate 15% of the profits from each program sold to Color of Change and to Indigenous American Justice groups.

COVID SPECIAL

We know that many of you are just now, of necessity, leaping into homeschooling for the first time. And longtime homeschoolers are juggling many new demands none of us were prepared for. To support you all in these challenges, we will apply an AUTOMATIC $100 DISCOUNT to all orders.

The new, upgraded Enki Program structure was scheduled for release in another year, after we had had a chance to do test runs on the new program.We have expedited the release to support families at this difficult time, so, as is the case for any new upgrade, there are bound to be lumps and bumps. Therefore, both our team and the RedShelf support are here to help you.

Return policy

You have a grace period to decide if Enki is a good fit for your family. If you let us know that you wish to return the Enki program within 30 days from purchase you are refunded the subscription fee minus a $125 administrative and intro materials fee. You may keep the Starting Up Booklet and small selection of audio files—feel free to share or pass along.

Have questions?

Setup a free 20-minute pre-purchase consultation.

Kindergarten Homeschool Program

Available September 2020

This program is very thorough and is designed to support the parent in bringing an enriched-global curriculum to the typical child. If your child has a significant special need, you may need program contents adjusted or expanded and we encourage you to first read the website section on our approach to meeting special needs, and then to make a pre-purchase appointment to see what is possible within the Enki program.

For the Kindergartener, both now and for his life long learning, nothing is more important than being able to be deeply absorbed in his work and play. Therefore, all our stories and activities, and the rhythms of the day, focus on helping him strengthen his natural gift for deep absorption. More on Kindergartner here.

You will receive the materials in stages, when you need them, as part of our “support the one teaching” program.

Stage 1: Jumping In

Enki Kindergarten Starting up booklet

A short but detailed step-by-step plan to get you started, sent to you in hard copy but also available as a pdf in the membership area of our website.

 

Content available on our membership site
  • Overview video: The Enki Approach: Developmental Immersion Mastery
  • Kindergarten Starting Up Booklet (pdf)
  • Music downloads for the recommended songs included in the Start Up Booklet
  • First group guidance video

Stage 2: Full Digital Release

Two weeks after you receive the Stage 1 materials, you will get digital access to the complete and extensive collection of Enki guides and curricular materials via Redshelf; demonstration videos for teaching the arts and for teaching academics through the arts; and the song recordings, for that grade. You will also get instruction for working with the RedShelf, digital materials program so that it can give you the maximum support.

Digital Content released (via Membership Site)
  • Music download of the complete collection of Enki Kindergarten Songs (67 mp3s)
  • Kindergarten Road Map to Enki videos
  • Video demonstrations of movement work and finger plays
  • Video demonstration on sparking creative play
  • Video instructions on how we’ve designed our curricular materials to work with RedShelf
Enki Homeschool Teaching Guides

This book offers an in-depth look at the Enki philosophy and how that unfolds in the daily life of the homeschool. The Early Childhood section takes the underlying philosophy and applies it in detail to homeschooling children under six years old, specifically to the rhythms, environment, and activities of each day.

Books I & II Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) -UPDATED
In Enki we have identified nine core threads… (pdf)
Integrating it all (pdf)
Sample Schedules (pdf)
Kindergarten Stories (pdf)
First Grade Readiness (pdf)

Enki Learning Through Movement: Seasons and Skills—Kindergarten

This collection of over 100 movement activities which include both sheet music and movement instructions is designed to support both adult and child as they explore nourishing, meaningful, and fun activity. It includes many ways to experience and celebrate the seasons, deepening understanding of the world around them. All of this happens in the context of nourishing and integrating the senses so the child’s neurological integration can support his learning and wellbeing. Companion audio (67 songs) and video (30 minutes of demonstrations) is available our membership site.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) – UPDATE NEEDED
Full Contents Lists (pdf)
Introduction: Movement in Kindergarten Life (pdf)
Audio Track: Colored Leaves (mp3)
Audio Track: The Coo Coo (mp3)

Enki Kindergarten Humanities: Folk and Fairy Tales

The young child simultaneously needs to exert his independence, and to know that the world is a safe and stable place. To support both needs, more than 50 stories from around the world have been chosen and adapted to take the child out on a journey of challenge and then return him to his stable “home base.”

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
The Persimmon Monster (pdf)

Enki Kindergarten Nature Stories and Seasonal Crafts

In keeping with the lively way young children perceive nature, the Enki Nature Stories collection includes many stories that have been written specifically to bring scientific phenomena to life. Whether telling of the water cycle as Old Mother Raincloud sends her children forth as rain and calls them home as mist, or of the Crystal Queen who changes the seasons and leaves her icicles treasures behind, we work with everyday phenomenon to spark the child’s own powers of both observation and appreciation. Strengthening this “living sense” of scientific phenomena in the early years, creates a strong foundation for later intellectual exploration. In this way, from the earliest years the scientific processes, facts and formulae, are experienced within the living ecosystem of which they are a part.To strengthen the experience of the cyclic processes of nature, we encourage teachers to chose some core seasonal stories and repeat them yearly; therefore, this Kindergarten collection is also used in Grades One and Two.

The collection of Seasonal Crafts includes over 60 craft projects that use primarily natural materials to deepen the child’s appreciation and experience of nature, while refining his fine motor coordination. Handwork skill directions include stories to introduce the techniques for finger crocheting and finger knitting in an imaginative manner. Simple finger knitting projects are included. Painting instructions and stories also included.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) – UPDATE NEEDED
Sugaring Time! (pdf)
Ribbon Rings (pdf)

Stage 3: Ongoing Support

Throughout the school year, there is a series of six recorded group guidance videos. The first of these you will receive upon purchase of the program. The other five are released to you when they will be most beneficial to your homeschooling journey. To support both academic and calendar year households, there are two tracks, one starting in June (September for 2020), one in January.

Two weeks after the group guidance video is made available, there will be a live Q&A session to answer questions about the information presented in the guidance video. Prior to this, there will be a window to submit questions you would like answered. This live session will be recorded and made available for one month after.

Digital Content released (via Membership Site)
  • Five additional group guidance videos, released throughout the year.
  • Six live Q&A sessions recordings, available for 1-month
Live Support
  • Six live Q&A sessions timed with the release of the guidance videos.

Have questions?

Setup a free 20-minute pre-purchase consultation.

Kindergarten Homeschool Program

Available September 2020

This program is very thorough and is designed to support the parent in bringing an enriched-global curriculum to the typical child. If your child has a significant special need, you may need program contents adjusted or expanded and we encourage you to first read the website section on our approach to meeting special needs, and then to make a pre-purchase appointment to see what is possible within the Enki program.

For the Kindergartener, both now and for his life long learning, nothing is more important than being able to be deeply absorbed in his work and play. Therefore, all our stories and activities, and the rhythms of the day, focus on helping him strengthen his natural gift for deep absorption. More on Kindergartner here.

Includes:

Enki Kindergarten Starting up booklet

A short but detailed step-by-step plan to get you started. 

Books I & II Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
In Enki we have identified nine core threads… (pdf)
Integrating it all (pdf)
Sample Schedules (pdf)
Kindergarten Stories (pdf)
First Grade Readiness (pdf)

Enki Homeschool Teaching Guides

This book offers an in-depth look at the Enki philosophy and how that unfolds in the daily life of the homeschool. The Early Childhood section takes the underlying philosophy and applies it in detail to homeschooling children under six years old, specifically to the rhythms, environment, and activities of each day.

Books I & II Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) -UPDATED
In Enki we have identified nine core threads… (pdf)
Integrating it all (pdf)
Sample Schedules (pdf)
Kindergarten Stories (pdf)
First Grade Readiness (pdf)

Enki Learning Through Movement: Seasons and Skills—Kindergarten

This collection of movement activities, with the companion CD, DVD, is designed to support both adult and child as they explore nourishing, meaningful, and fun activity. It includes many ways to experience and celebrate the seasons, deepening understanding of the world around them. All of this happens in the context of nourishing and integrating the senses so the child’s neurological integration can support his learning and wellbeing.

Included in this collection are: 67 songs (downloadable); a 30 minutes of demonstration videos, showing the basic movements, their terminology, and samples of children doing the activities; and well over 100 written activities which include both sheet music and movement instructions.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) – UPDATED
Full Contents Lists (pdf)
Introduction: Movement in Kindergarten Life (pdf)
Audio Track: Colored Leaves (mp3)
Audio Track: The Coo Coo (mp3)

Enki Kindergarten Humanities: Folk and Fairy Tales

The young child simultaneously needs to exert his independence, and to know that the world is a safe and stable place. To support both needs, more than 50 stories from around the world have been chosen and adapted to take the child out on a journey of challenge and then return him to his stable “home base.”

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
The Persimmon Monster (pdf)

Enki Kindergarten Nature Stories and Seasonal Crafts

In keeping with the lively way young children perceive nature, the nature collection includes many stories that have been written specifically to bring scientific phenomena to life. Whether telling of the water cycle as Old Mother Raincloud sends her children forth as rain and calls them home as mist, or of the Crystal Queen who changes the seasons and leaves her icicles treasures behind, we work with everyday phenomenon to spark the child’s own powers of both observation and appreciation. Strengthening this “living sense” of scientific phenomena in the early years, creates a strong foundation for later intellectual exploration. In this way, from the earliest years the scientific processes, facts and formulae, are experienced within the living ecosystem of which they are a part.

To strengthen the experience of the cyclic processes of nature, we encourage teachers to chose some core seasonal stories and repeat them yearly; therefore, this Kindergarten collection is also used in Grades One and Two.

The collection of Seasonal Crafts includes over 60 craft projects that use primarily natural materials to deepen the child’s appreciation and experience of nature, while refining his fine motor coordination. Handwork skill directions include stories to introduce the techniques for finger crocheting and finger knitting in an imaginative manner. Simple finger knitting projects are included. Painting instructions and stories also included.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Sugaring Time! (pdf)
Ribbon Rings (pdf)

Have questions?

Setup a free 20-minute pre-purchase consultation.

Grade One Homeschool Program

Available September 2020, Pre-order NOW!

These packages are very thorough and are designed to fully support the parent in bringing the curriculum to the typical child. If your child has a significant special need, you may need package contents adjusted or expanded and we encourage you to first read the website section on our approach to meeting special needs, and then to make a pre purchase appointment to see what is possible within the Enki program.

To order the Comprehensive Kindergarten Homeschool Package, click here.

In the First Grade, in keeping with the child’s development, our focus is on community and the ways each of us have an individual part to play in that. To this end, our materials include extensive multicultural Fairy Tales, chosen and adapted with this in mind. This is also the central theme in our math and science stories and activities. More on Grade One here.

Includes:

Enki Homeschool Teaching Guides

This book offers an in-depth look at the Enki philosophy and how that unfolds in the daily life of the homeschool. The Early Childhood section takes the underlying philosophy and applies it in detail to homeschooling first grader, specifically to the rhythms, environment, and activities of each day.

Books I & II Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
In Enki we have identified nine core threads… (pdf)
Integrating it all (pdf)
Sample Schedule (pdf)
Sample Schedule chart (pdf)
Language Arts Curriculum (pdf)
Chaos and Order—Place Value (pdf)

Enki Learning Through Movement: Seasons and Skills: Grade One

This Grade One collection of movement activities continues on from the Kindergarten collection, adding in many academic activities and work with beanbags, copper rods, and jump ropes. It, too, is designed to support both adult and child as they explore nourishing, meaningful, and fun activity, including many ways to experience and celebrate the seasons. From there, it goes on to help the children experience academic concepts through movement. All of this happens in the context of nourishing and integrating the senses so the child’s neurological integration can support his learning and wellbeing.

Included in this collection are: a CD of 92 songs, running an hour and a half ; a 30 minute DVD with demonstrations of the basic movements and their terminology and samples of children doing the activities; and well over 150 written activities which include both sheet music and movement instructions.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Full Contents Lists (pdf)
Grade One Movement (pdf)
Audio Track 7 (mp3)
Audio Track 30 (mp3)
Audio Track 60 (mp3)

Grade One Humanities and Language Arts

The First Grader is hungry to know that she can venture out into the world, face its challenges, and both discover and fulfill her potential – returning home in her fullness, as “Queen.” This collection of over 70 Fairy Tales from around the world takes the child on this universal human quest. Each story comes with a sample drawing and “consonant verse” to help introduce a poetic sense to phonic skills.

Humanities
  • an overview of the Enki approach to a Global Studies Curriculum
  • detailed guidance on teaching Humanities through story and the arts, including a Demonstration Video
  • an overview of the Enki understanding of Fairy Tales, an understanding focused on our inherent value and our shared human journey
  • an extensive collection of Fairy Tales from around the world, specifically chosen and edited to meet the Enki understanding
Language Arts Skills
  • an overview of the Enki Approach to holistic teaching of language arts
  • detailed guidance on teaching Language Arts Skills (phonics, sight words, context, rhythm, and comprehension) through story and the arts
  • a series of Enki stories and activities for teaching basic phonic principles, including a Demonstration Video of movement activities
  • printable language arts early reader coloring books and worksheets for practice activities

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf) – UPDATED
Stories in the Enki Approach (pdf)
The Golden Amulet (pdf)
Sample Drawing Sheets: American Indians (pdf)

Grade One Math

At its core, mathematical thinking lies in seeing the myriad patterns in the world around us and how these interrelate. In keeping with the young child’s natural interest in relationships and patterns, this collection of stories and activities brings basic mathematical concepts to life. In Grade One our focus is on the nature of number, comparison (greater/ less, odd/even, and so on), and the four computational processes (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). This book includes stories and hands on activities, and a CD of story-based worksheets. Together these bring the child through a rich immersion in the living nature of mathematics, on to an ease with the nuts and bolts of simple calculation.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Blackline Masters (pdf)
Grandfather’s family (pdf)

As a former math teacher of many a challenged middle school student I just love how effective (and magical) the Grade 1 stories are at bringing a deep sense to number and operations. I love all the connections my first grader, Emmett, has made. Pondering the characters for multiplication and addition he said: “Max does what Paddy does, just a lot faster!” Then he looked at the remaining characters (subtraction and division) and realized: “Mini and King Dominic do the same work, too, giving to others.” Such important foundational understanding and I just know he ‘feels’ the operations – he won’t struggle to remember which is which! Loved it. He talks about the characters all the time and Guthrie, my preschooler, loves to recount pieces of the stories that he has picked up.

Parent in Colorado

Enki Nature Stories

The First Grader is ready to take up science in a more focused manner, but still within a life filled ecosystem. This collection includes many stories that have been written specifically to bring scientific phenomena to life in just this context. Whether flying with the Monarch on her pilgrimage to Mexico and back, or stretching out to meet the winter stars with Grandmother Elm, we work with everyday phenomenon to spark the child’s own powers of observation and appreciation of the interdependent world in which we live. Strengthening this “living sense” of scientific phenomena in the early years creates a strong foundation for later intellectual exploration.

To strengthen the experience of the cyclic processes of nature, we encourage teachers to chose some core seasonal stories and repeat them yearly; therefore, the Kindergarten collection is used as part of the Grades One curriculum.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
The Great Banquet (pdf)

Enki Seasonal Crafts

This book includes many Kindergarten Crafts and goes on to add over 35 additional crafts specifically chosen for six and seven year olds. All these use primarily natural materials to deepen the child’s appreciation and experience of nature, while refining his fine motor coordination. Knitting skill directions include a story to introduce the techniques for knitting and purling, in an imaginative manner. Simple finger and needle knitting projects are included. Grade One painting instructions and sample stories are included.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Pond Peekers (pdf)
The Gnomes and the Dragon—a knitting story (pdf)

Have questions?

Setup a free 20-minute pre-purchase consultation.

Grade Two Homeschool Program

Materials released September 2020, Pre-order NOW!

These packages are very thorough and are designed to fully support the parent in bringing the curriculum to the typical child. If your child has a significant special need, you may need package contents adjusted or expanded and we encourage you to first read the website section on our approach to meeting special needs, and then to make a pre purchase appointment to see what is possible within the Enki program.

To order the Comprehensive Kindergarten Homeschool Package, click here.

In the First Grade, in keeping with the child’s development, our focus is on community and the ways each of us have an individual part to play in that. To this end, our materials include extensive multicultural Fairy Tales, chosen and adapted with this in mind. This is also the central theme in our math and science stories and activities. More on Grade One here.

Includes:

Enki Homeschool Teaching Guides

This book offers an in-depth look at the Enki philosophy and how that unfolds in the daily life of the homeschool. The Early Childhood section takes the underlying philosophy and applies it in detail to homeschooling second grader, specifically to the rhythms, environment, and activities of each day.

Books I & II Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
In Enki we have identified nine core threads… (pdf)
Integrating it all (pdf)
Sample Schedule (pdf)
Sample Schedule chart (pdf)
Language Arts Curriculum (pdf)
Chaos and Order—Place Value (pdf)

Enki Learning Through Movement: Seasons and Skills—Grade 2

This collection of over 100 activities, includes many ways to explore and celebrate the seasons and to build academic skills. The verses, games, and activities for introducing and practicing academic concepts, provide an active way to deepen understanding and strengthen memory. This library includes many wonderful songs, activities, and games that are suitable for both the homeschool and classroom – directions for using them in both homeschool and classroom are included.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Full Contents List (pdf)
Grade Two Movement (pdf)
October Winds (mp3)
Miller Boy (mp3)
Bells of Norwich (mp3)

Grade Two Humanities

The Second Grader is simultaneously full of curiosity and mischief, and eager to see human greatness. To meet these longings, we now offer the first 2 books of a 4 book series, with stories of 10 sages and over 100 Trickster Tales between them (5 sages & 50+ trickster tales per book). This series presents the child with a mirror of his boisterous nature, and a chance to see that very curiosity and liveliness transformed into the compassionate action of a sage. To help the child experience his unlimited potential, we have chosen sages who span time, culture, and social activity – from social/political issues, to religion, to the sciences, to the arts.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents Book I (pdf)
Malidoma Some (pdf)
Table of Contents Book II (pdf)
Harriet Tubman (pdf)

 

Grade Two Math

In Grade Two we continue to focus on the world of relationships so central to mathematical thinking – and to the child at this age. We begin with a new set of stories and activities designed to firm up the learning begun in Grade One. This forms a strong base for the core undertaking of Grade Two: an exploration of place value (ones, tens, hundreds, etc.). Place value underlies our entire mathematical system and – although it is second nature to adults – this is a complex concept. This collection of stories and activities brings both the review work and the study of place value to life. It includes a book of stories and hands on activities, and a CD of story-based worksheets. Together these bring the child through a rich immersion in the living nature of mathematics, on to an ease with the nuts and bolts of simple calculation.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
The Kingdom of Jewel (pdf)

Rose is even further ahead in math than my older child, Carl. While Carl was right with the Enki curriculum, and this has resulted in him now  skipping two public school math grades, Rose is farther along already. The Enki curriculum has given us a developmentally correct approach that feels wonderful. Enki has created a foundation for both kids that allows them to excel as they are now. Regarding math, your curriculum is at least a year ahead of the Boulder Valley Public School District. In Carl’s case, the knowledge also became integrated enough that he seems not to need a year of review, which is why they invited him to go ahead to 9th grade math as a 7th grader. I think this is because of the careful foundation work of Enki, and the arts-based approach. Just so you know, I brag about how great this curriculum is to people who ask!

Parent in Colorado

Enki Nature Stories

The Second Grader is ready to take up science in a more focused manner, but still within a life filled ecosystem. This collection includes many stories that have been written specifically to bring scientific phenomena to life in just this context. Whether flying with the Monarch on her pilgrimage to Mexico and back, or stretching out to meet the winter stars with Grandmother Elm, we work with everyday phenomenon to spark the child’s own powers of observation and appreciation of the interdependent world in which we live. Strengthening this “living sense” of scientific phenomena in the early years creates a strong foundation for later intellectual exploration.

To strengthen the experience of the cyclic processes of nature, we encourage teachers to choose some core seasonal stories and repeat them yearly; therefore, the Kindergarten and Grade One collections are used as part of the Grades Two curriculum.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
The Great Banquet (pdf)

Enki Seasonal Crafts

This book includes many Kindergarten Crafts and goes on to add over 35 additional crafts specifically chosen for six and seven year olds. All these use primarily natural materials to deepen the child’s appreciation and experience of nature, while refining his fine motor coordination. Knitting skill directions include a story to introduce the techniques for knitting and purling, in an imaginative manner. Simple finger and needle knitting projects are included. Grade One painting instructions and sample stories are included.

Sample Pages:
Table of Contents (pdf)
Pond Peekers (pdf)
The Gnomes and the Dragon—a knitting story (pdf)

Have questions?

Setup a free 20-minute pre-purchase consultation.

Fees:

  1. Spots are filled on a first-come, first served basis, with a corona-extended enrollment deadline of July 12th, 2020.
  2. Tuition is $2400, and covers the full year’s tuition and fees, regardless of the program structure chosen. 
  3. We offer a SLIDING SCALE option; simply fill out the linked form and return with your tax forms.
  4. CORE reading materials are included in the fee. These are made available through the RedShelf digital subscription program, or can be sent directly to you for an additional fee. The public texts used in the winter unit are available at your local library or through Amazon or Audible online.
  5. You will be provided with a list of journal, art, and project materials needed for each course. These you purchase locally.
  6. Payment Plans: Payments can be made one of three ways: for the year in full, receiving a $100 discount; three times a year; or on a monthly basis by credit card only. First and last months’ tuitions are due at time of registration.

You do need to have good internet access and a computer with a camera. We use the Zoom program. It works very well and is free to the students, and they can meet socially on zoom outside of class time.

Space is limited.

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