Where in the World is Nina Pasadena?

2-8 students General Geography

Join the Acme Detective Agency on a chase around the world on the hunt for super spy criminal master thief, Nina Pasadena and her dastardly henchmen!

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Class Description

Join the Acme Detective Agency on the hunt for super spy criminal mastermind, Nina Pasadena. She and her henchmen are stealing treasures, and monuments from around the world. You and the other Acme Agents will follow the clues leading you through countries of the world, exploring exotic cultures and locations -- all to deduce and track down the identity of the criminals and return the stolen goods.

As Nina and her gang escape to different parts of the globe, you will give chase by solving clues and fact finding using your student world geography text. Each case will take you to three continents, three countries, and three cities on your hunt for suspects.

You will be given one Agent Special Assignment during the year (aka- a short research paper, and drawing task to work on at home) about a specific country that is a henchman hide-out.

Upon registration, you will be provided with a simple materials list of some basic school supplies that students will need to have on hand. Online students will also need access to a printer at home to print assignments.

Will we catch Nina Pasadena in the end? Join us to find out! This crime-solving class is sure to be full of mystery and intrigue!

Classes will be on:

Sept 13, 20, 27 

Oct 4, 11, 18, 25

Nov 1, 8,15, X, 29

​Dec 6,13

Additional Information

Class size 2-8 students
Supplies Instructor will provide materials to print or view as a PDF

REQUIRED TEXT: National Geographic Ultimate Globetrotting World Atlas. This affordable text is available for purchase from many online sources, recently seen for $11 new, or as low as $3 used.



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About the Instructor

Ani Janbazian

Ani Janbazian, a native Canadian, earned a BA in Arts Management from the University of Toronto. As an Educational Exhibit Designer at the London Regional Children’s Museum, and then as an Educational Interpreter at the Scarborough Historical Museum, she was trained to relay complex scientific concepts and historical facts to students using approachable hands-on methods to make a lasting impact.

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