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READ DRAW FUN
This 90 minute class led live by a credentialed teacher will help your child maintain the rhythm and structure of school. Build literacy skills with our award winning curriculum and build drawing skills in an engaging format. Classes are held 2 times per day.
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Students spend 25 minutes developing their literacy skills with our award winning phonics-based reading program.
Students spend 25 minutes developing their drawing skills with a focus on drawing characters.
Students spend 25 minutes developing their math or writing skills. Each class is lead by a credentialed teacher and artist with fun puns and prizes.
CODE WRITE DRAW
This remote learning summer program will keep your elementary and middle school children engaged. Our unique approach integrates computer science, creative writing, and the arts to engage students in a personal journey that fosters self-efficacy, and positions them for long-term success inside and outside the classroom.
Students code a video game, write a novella based on the Hero’s Journey, and learn how to draw.
Each participant receives 45 hours of STEAM-related instruction during the session (3 hours/day for 3 weeks). The program uses a "Hero's Journey" thematic framework and includes exposure to local industry professionals who share their own STEAM journeys. The program culminates with an exhibition where students present their completed work to industry expert judges and families.
With the school closures due to COVID-19, we are providing this innovative program remotely. Students still benefit from the small group instruction (1/9 staff/student ratio) and have the benefit of participating and engaging with other students. Students published novellas are now mailed at the end of the program and they present their completed games through a virtual exhibition. These live classes have been a welcome salve to parents who can rely on the program to engage their children without their involvement so they can focus on their own “work from home” responsibilities.
Comparative mythology researcher Joseph Campbell popularized the concept of the “Hero’s Journey” as the common story across cultures of a hero who goes on an adventure, faces tests and trials, and returns home changed. The “Hero’s Journey” serves as the thematic framework for the CODE WRITE DRAW program modules and provides an integrated narrative student experience.
Enrollment now open for 4th - 6th grade students. 3 week sessions held throughout the summer.
Cost for full 3 week session is $1440.
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