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Children entering grades 4 through 8 in the fall have the opportunity to attend a fun-filled week of Summer Science Youth Camps instructed by SFU faculty and educators and youth leaders from our local region. Kid's College is typically held one week in June. Children are grouped together by the grade they will enter in the fall. Children will choose two, age appropriate sessions; one morning and one afternoon session.
Dates: June 17 - 21, 2013Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PMEligibility: Children will be entering grades 4 through 8 in Fall 2013Cost: $150 per childLunch: Children are to bring a bag lunch each day with their name clearly marked. Water will be provided throughout the day.Adult Cost: $75 for each adult attending one of the Robotic sessions
Summer Science Youth Camps include:
Previous instructors have included teachers, college professors, career professionals, and youth leaders. Individuals or groups who possess a skill or talent that would be of interest to children in grades 1-8 can become a Kids' College Instructor through the
Submit the online Proposal Form by the end of January. All instructors are required to complete the Saint Francis University New Hire paperwork and submit a Child Abuse History Clearance. These forms will be emailed upon receipt and approval of the online Proposal Form.
The proposed session should directly or indirectly tie in with Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics. Sessions may be offered outside of these subjects as long as they integrate those subjects in some way. (For example, a session on writing can integrate science by using science as the topic on which stories are written. Music can tie in with mathematics by using fractions as a way to explain beats and notes.)
A lesson plan must be completed and submitted to the Science Outreach Center by June 1st. This will be provided to to instructors upon approval of their proposed sessions.
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