Galileo's Student-Led Magazine: the Boredom Buster
The Boredom Buster was created to commemorate the hard work and dedication of Galileo students. Whether it was started to entertain the people quarantining at home or created because others realized their passions while stuck between four walls… we’ll never know.
One thing we can tell you is that beauty is in the eye of the boredom buster beholder and in this case, it truly is magical. It includes everything one needs to know about educational games, non-educational ones, and a link to share with family members so they can join in the fun too!
The self-directed magazine was created by the Boredom Buster Studio, who meet each week with their facilitator Corina. Galileo students do everything themselves, worlds apart, and with their expert collaboration skills they make it happen.
Working with a team remotely is a huge challenge, as we all know after the 2020 pandemic. Which just makes these kids even more impressive.
If you are curious about the LGBTQ+ movement, read this magazine to see how students can educate us all. They really know how to break down the gender discussion and make it fascinating!
People in the world can be critical. It's a fact.
Why not use that judgment to write some fact-hitting reviews about your favorite sites and restaurants? If you aren’t too sure how to do it, the kids at Galileo know just how to mix a little bit of compliment with a tiny bit of critique.
Furthermore, find out how one student raised a treat and trained a dog while the other sat down to interview a great mind. Speaking of treats, this art-filled magazine even has some health tips when it comes to making that morning smoothie you’ve been dreaming of.
I hope you have a nutritious day while perusing this art piece!
Check out the offerings of clubs and bootcamps at Galileo with this link. Your kids could create something boredom-bustin' beautiful, too.