News Splash took place Nov. 21–21 with over 500 high school participants. Dec. 1, 2021 Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Jakin Ng ’25 teaches “Folding Fanatics”, a class on the art of origami for ESP Splash, which took place virtually this year. Kate Lu–The Tech An MIT student demonstrates the workings of a doorknob during Splash. Kate Lu–The Tech High schoolers attending Splash have the chance to learn physics from an MIT student. Kate Lu–The Tech An MIT EMT stands in front of an emergency vehicle while teaching a Splash lesson. Kate Lu–The Tech A trio of MIT students teach a lesson through Splash. Kate Lu–The Tech Splash organizers sit together during the event. Kate Lu–The Tech 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.