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Academic Camps



CODECamp@CSUMB is a 10-day fun, engaging summer camp on the CSUMB campus for middle school students to learn the fundamental concepts and skills of computing and programming in a college setting.

CODECamp@CSUMB 2017 enables students to learn both Arduino Prototyping using the Uno R3 and Arduino Programming. Students learn the fundamental programming skills for Arduino using the Arduino development environment, design hardware devices using Arduino Uno R3 and develop cloud connected and controled Arduino devices, in a collaborative and fun environment. Students also experience the university learning environment and interacting with university professors and college students. Team-based games, collaboration, sports and bike rides are infused throughout the CODE@CSUMB.

Dates: July 10-14 & July 17-21 (10 days)
Time: 9a.m. - 5p.m. (students can arrive by 8:30a.m. & leave by 5:30p.m.)
Location: Joel and Dena Gambord Business and Information Technology Building, CSU Monterey Bay, 3052 Divarty St., Seaside
Cost: $675 (including $50 in supplies & lunch at the university's Daily Commons)
Early Bird rate: $650 by applying by May 15, 2017 with initial deposit of $75.
https://sites.google.com/a/csumb.edu/summercode/

The Technology, Innovation and Design Experience (TIDE) is a 10-day summer camp that provides aspiring innovators from across the globe, ages 13-18 (high school), the opportunity to build critical technology, innovation, design, communication, entrepreneurship and leadership skills and forge valuable multicultural connections in a US college environment.

The 2017 TIDE@CSUMB summer starts with trending technology workshops in the fundamentals of coding and app design, followed by team work to create a business plan and pitch for a new startup company using Junior Achievement Be Entrepreneurial program, and concludes with a "shark-tank" style team innovation competition. In the competition stage, the young innovators are coached by university professors, college business and computer science students and seasoned professionals. They will practice leadership, entrepreneurship and collaboration skills and present to industry executive and investors. Multinational team-based games, collaboration and sports and bike rides are infused throughout the TIDE@CSUMB.

Dates: July 10 - 14 & 17-21.
Time: 9a.m. - 5p.m. (students can arrive by 8:30a.m. & leave by 5:30p.m.)
Location: Joel and Dena Gambord Business and Information Technology Building, CSU Monterey Bay, 3052 Divarty St., Seaside
Cost: $625 (including $50 in supplies & lunch at the university's Daily Commons) $650 by applying by May 15, 2017 with an initial deposit of $75.
https://sites.google.com/a/csumb.edu/summertide/



All Saints' Summer Camps

Located in sunny Carmel Valley, All Saints' Day School offers 5 weeks of summer camps including over 50 different classes - a unique blend of tech, arts, academics, and outdoor activities. Summer school begins June 26 and ends July 28. Below find a sample of the classes scheduled at All Saints':

Week of June 26

Grades 4-6
Tech – Video Game Creation with Unity – Connor Templeman - Enter the exciting world of video game production! Unity is a tool for creating video games for desktop & mobile units, as well as gaming systems. Students can also produce simulations or interactive media. Students will learn the how to construct interactive gaming environments learn to a bit of JavaScript coding.

Grades 4-7
Tech - Minecraft! In this class you'll learn how to break and place blocks. Sounds simple right? Well, on the surface it is; but, by placing these blocks you can make incredible things, like houses, castles and even roller coasters. Enter this world and see where your imagination can take you!

Grades 6-7
Middle School – Real World Math (RWM) – Pamela Gon and Mary Carl. This program is for rising 6th & 7th graders. Change your mathematical mindset! Debunk the math myth that some are born with a math brain! Each 3 hour session begins with a short math energizer targeting fluency, followed by a variety of rich inquiry based explorations. RWM is based on the teachings of Dr. Jo Boaler, a professor of mathematics education at Stanford University.

Week of July 3

Grades 2-4
Theme – Building Engineering Marvels – Melissa Clore. If you love to build, this is the class for you! You'll have the chance to build a catapult/ trebuchet, test your bridge building skills, explore gumdrop structures, make a penny boat and spend time collaborating on one of the all-time favorites: the marble run! A "must" class for a budding engineer!

Grades 6-7
Middle School – Real World Math (RWM) – Pamela Gon and Mary Carl. Change your mathematical mindset! Debunk the math myth that some are born with a math brain! Grapple with tantalizing math problems with fellow mathematicians. Each 3 hour session begins with a short math energizer targeting fluency, followed by a variety of rich inquiry based explorations.

Grades 6-8
Middle School – Secret Codes – Forbes Keaton. We will explore the lives and adventures of some of history’s most famous and notorious spies, develop our own secret codes and make ciphers to decode them. Make invisible ink, and investigate the fascinating world of cryptography through texts and film clips.

Grades 2-6
Sciensational – 3D Illumination Electronics. Experiment, have fun and take home your own 3D Illumination Electronic Kit. The first of its kind and fantastic! There will be exciting light effects. See a three-color light tunnel. Activities include building your own security house. No one will enter as the alarm sounds and color LED flashes. Workshops way of learning where it is hands on and fun. That is STEM.

Grades 4-7
Tech – iMovie and Sound Effects. Have you ever wanted to make your own movie? Well this is your chance to learn how! We’ll go over the basics of iMovie, and also learn how to make your own sound effects to go along with the short movie that you’ll make at the end of the week.

Grades 2-4
Theme – Defying Gravity. Learn all about gravity while having fun with these hands-on activities. Work with parachutes, see if you can figure out a way to drop an egg to safety, create your own lava lamp and understand how it works. Have fun layering liquids to measure their density and make a sugar density rainbow. You'll look at the world differently after taking this class and find "gravity" everywhere!

To view All Saints' complete catalog of courses go to www.asds.org/summer


Chartwell School Summer Programs
Elementary, Middle and High School students
Classes begin June 19

Chartwell School offers a summer school program for elementary, middle, and high school students. Chartwell offers a variety of academic programs including a CORE academic skills program and a variety of enrichment programs. CORE focuses on language development and instills students with key academic skills in reading and writing.

Information: www.chartwell.org


Lyceum
Space Adventure Camp
Ages 10-14
9a.m. to 4p.m.
The Lyceum will be offering it's 6th annual day camp dedicated to space exploration. This week long program includes a great variety of indoor and outdoor activities including: a field trip to the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, launching rockets at MIRA (Monterey Institute of Research in Astronomy), simulated space flights
meeting an astronaut building solar system models
presentations by real space scientists.

Information: www.lyceum.org


Stevenson Summer Junior Camp
Kindergarten through 4th
5 week long sessions: June 26 - July 28

Each summer, Stevenson hosts three action-filled summer camp programs. Fun workshops and activities. Stevenson’s Classic Camp offers stimulating academic workshops balanced with art, crafts, dance, and field and blacktop games. Campers reinforce critical reading and math skills while enjoying a fun, energetic, and exciting summer experience. French Language, Cooking Camp, Tech Camps, Marine Biology & Surf Camp!

Information: www.stevensonschool.org/summer

Stevenson Summer Camp
Ages 9 - 15
Day and Overnight Camps June 25 - July 28

A Unique Camp Experience. The camp program is a balance of academic enrichment in the morning workshops and sports and fun through our afternoon sports program. The resident campers have additional opportunities included in the evening and weekend activities. This formula has made Stevenson Summer Camp a success since the 1970s.

Information: www.stevensonschool.org/summer


Computer Camp powered by ID Tech Camps. Following an innovative and challenging curriculum, ID Tech computer summer camps for kids and teens immerse students in a creative and fun learning environment, enabling them to harness the power of technology while having a BLAST! All summer camp courses are designed with a focus on a final project. For ages 6 - 17. Design websites, program robots, create video games and more! Call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) or go to www.internaldrive.com

 

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