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CORE CURRICULUM LEVELS

In addition to Adventure Theme activities, Campers are automatically enrolled in

 Computer Science, Electrical Engineering & Typing Proficiency Labs 

according to their skill level

LEVEL 50:

NEW

technoloGY

experience

Level 50 curriculum is especially designed for our younger students (Ages 7-9) who are new to accessing technology tools independently.

Curriculum is particularly paced for attention-span and focuses on exploration and demonstration of how to get started in coding and circuits technologies.

LEVEL 100:

INTRO to 

mOBILE TECHNOLOGY

FUNDAMENTALS

Our Introduction to Mobile Technology sessions are designed for students that have little or no programming/circuits experience.

 

These daily workshops are especially great for students who enjoy consuming technology (apps, video games, robots, etc.) but have not yet had a focused opportunity to build technology on their own.

 

Projects in these classes are tutorial-based and are completed within 1-2 camp days.

LEVEL 200:

Intermediate

coding &

circuits

The 200-level Mobile Technology sessions are targeted for students who have already completed Level 100 or have had prior experience in coding or circuits. Examples of prior experiences would be 3+ hours using (e.g. Scratch, LegoMindstorms, CodeKingdoms, Code.Org) etc. at home or via an after-school program. 

The core projects in these classes start off tutorial-based but usually have 1-2 problem solving areas for campers to figure out before completion.

LEVEL 300:

Mobile technology

project

design

300-level curriculum is targeted for rising 6th - 8th graders or intermediate-level campers who have had prior experience in STEAM projects.​

 

Level 300 introduces Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Exam curriculum through the teaching of the Java programming language. It also dives into Electronic Sensor & Actuator design emphasizing projects that relate to "real-world" applications.