Splash took place Nov. 21–21 with over 500 high school participants.

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Jakin Ng ’25 teaches “Folding Fanatics”, a class on the art of origami for ESP Splash, which took place virtually this year.
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An MIT student demonstrates the workings of a doorknob during Splash.
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High schoolers attending Splash have the chance to learn physics from an MIT student.
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An MIT EMT stands in front of an emergency vehicle while teaching a Splash lesson.
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A trio of MIT students teach a lesson through Splash.
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Splash organizers sit together during the event.
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Splash, MIT’s largest annual teaching and learning extravaganza run by MIT Educational Studies Program (ESP), takes place 20-21 November. Approximately 200 classes were taught, and over 500 high schoolers participated virtually in Splash 2021.