inGenius 2019 STEAM Summer Camp Program: Eighth to Twelfth Grade

Campus: Canyon Crest Academy

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Grade Level :Eighth to Twelfth Grade in school year of 2019-2020
Week 8:30-12:00am Morning Camp
(Regular classes 9:30-11:30am
**Programming classes 9:00am-12:00pm
*8-9th Grade classes 9:30am-12:00pm)
12:30-3:30pm Afternoon Camp
(Regular classes 1:00-3:00pm
**Programming classes 1:00-4:00pm
*8-9th Grade classes 1:00-3:30pm)
3:30-6:30pm Aftercamp Classes
Week 1: 6/17-6/21/2019 -Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 2: 6/24-6/28/2019
Creative Writing
Maya: a guide to 3D Modeling and Animation
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 3: 7/1,2,3,5/2019
Argumentation and Debate
Competitive Public Speaking
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 4: 7/8-7/12/2019
Entrepreneurship
Java Programming A**
Movie Making: Behind The Scene
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 5: 7/15-7/19/2019
Discrete Math for Computer Science
Java Programming B**
Unity: Game development
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 6: 7/22-7/26/2019 (select one)
International Relations: Solving World Problems
USACO Workshop: Introduction to Bronze**
Python Programming**
Photojournalism
Alice: Introduction to Programming**
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 7: 7/29-8/2/2019
USACO Workshop: Introduction to Silver**
Java Programming A**
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 8: 8/5-8/9/2019
Java Programming B**
-Sports & Recess & Reading
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Week 1: 6/17-6/21/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Afternoon Camp
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Week 2: 6/24-6/28/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Creative Writing
Extra! Extra! The creative writing course aims to unleash the imagination of young writers by providing both support and freedom. Through the use of tools such as character development and storyboarding, among others, students will try their hand at various modes of writing from short stories to screenwriting. A particular emphasis will be placed on the importance of the revision process and how to take your good ideas to the next level. Grab your writing pads and let

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Maya: a guide to 3D Modeling and Animation
Students will learn to create high-quality 3D models and animations in Maya. This course will cover the fundamental Maya skills

Week 3: 7/1,2,3,5/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Argumentation and Debate
Students will develop their public speaking skills through the study of a variety of speech styles including Impromptu, Persuasion, and Informative Speaking.. Activities focus on research, composition, organization, and delivery with a focus on poise, confidence, and adapting the tone of their speech to their audience.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Competitive Public Speaking
Controversial issues arise in aspects of personal and professional life. Debate and argumentation are used to persuade and reduce conflict. This class will introduce the advanced level of debate structure and argumentation with essential concepts such as frameworks, rebuttal techniques, weighing strategies, and case construction. It will help students develop confidence, self-esteem, critical thinking skills, creativity, and leadership.

Week 4: 7/8-7/12/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Entrepreneurship
Do you watch Shark Tank? Do you like to negotiate? Can you find the best bargain? In this course, students will explore what takes place in a market and how buyers and sellers interact. Why do some businesses succeed while others fail? How do products improve over time? These questions will be explored using some of your favorite products as examples. Students will practice developing ideas and formulating a pitch to a panel of peers. Let

Java Programming A**
This course provides an introduction to the Java programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concept. Students will learn: Data types, Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing, Nested conditions, Nested loops, Functions and Classes.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Movie Making: Behind The Scene
Students will be introduced to the process of creating and editing videos using digital camcorders. This class will overs basic elements of screenwriting, cinematography and editing.

Week 5: 7/15-7/19/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Discrete Math for Computer Science
Discrete math is the mathematics of computing. It is the foundation of modern computer science. This course will introduce students to some of the topics such as combinatorics, number theory, set theory, logic, algorithms, and graph theory. This course will help build a solid foundation for computer algorithm and competition.

Java Programming B**
This course builds on Java A and continues with a more in-depth coverage of procedural programing. Students will learn nested Conditions, nested Loops, multi-dimensional Arrays. It will also introduce basic sorting, linear and binary search.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Unity: Game development
Students will be engaged to learn the skillsets required to be a true independent game developer. Students will study the history of gaming and development from the 1970s to the present and the importance that the Unity Engine plays today. Students will learn how to import assets, place them in the scene editor, work with code in the form of scripting, and build a robust project that is easy, but still a challenge! Basic programming knowledge is recommended.

Week 6: 7/22-7/26/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
International Relations: Solving World Problems
Are you good at solving problems? This course stimulates students to think globally and creatively to address topics around the world, in the form of a ‘THINK’ project. Students will explore a topic of their choosing, such as population growth, resource scarcity, peace and security, famine, the movement of people, and territorial claims in the world’s oceans. Students will consider theories of international relations and practice diplomacy by play games such as game of chicken and the prisoner’s dilemma under game theory. The negotiating table awaits you!

USACO Workshop: Introduction to Bronze**
This is an introductory one-week class for students who plan to participate in USACO contests. All new participants in USACO contests start out in the bronze division, and those who score particularly well in their current division will be promoted to the next division for future contests. The workshops will build on top of our regular computer classes and are problem solving-based. This class is designed to get students STARTED to work at Bronze level for the competition. The curriculum is aligned with USA Computing Olympiad (USACO). Eligibility Requirements (meet one of the following requirements): - Took Java/C++ Programming Level A & B - Took AP Computer Science course

Python Programming**
This course provides an introduction to the Python programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concept. Students will learn: Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing, Nested conditions, Nested loops, Functions and Classes.

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Photojournalism
This course is a combination of photography, journalism and graphic design. It will introduce students to journalistic techniques and how they relate to photography. Students learn how to photograph sports and current events. Projects include researching a subject, shooting and editing a photo essay.

Alice: Introduction to Programming**
Students discover key 3D game development concepts including game planning, character movement, collision detection, in-game dialogue and playability. They will learn Object-Oriented programming principles in a Java enabled environment. Following topics will be introduced: Variables, Data types, Conditions, Loops, Lists (Arrays), Multi-threading, Events, Classes, functions, Alice Methods. This is a perfect preparation for our Java classes.

Week 7: 7/29-8/2/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
USACO Workshop: Introduction to Silver**
This is an introductory one-week class for students who already passed Bronze level competition of USACO contests. All new participants in USACO contests start out in the bronze division, and those who score particularly well in their current division will be promoted to the Silver division. The workshops will build on top of Bronze level knowledge and are problem solving-based. This class is designed to get students STARTED to work at Silver level for the competition. The curriculum is aligned with USA Computing Olympiad (USACO). Eligibility Requirements (meet one of the following requirements): - Passed Bronze level competition - Comfortable with Bronze level competition even though not passed yet

Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming A**
This course provides an introduction to the Java programming language with a focus on procedural programming and brief instruction to object-oriented concept. Students will learn: Data types, Variables, Conditions, Loops, Arrays, String processing, Nested conditions, Nested loops, Functions and Classes.

Week 8: 8/5-8/9/2019


Morning Camp
Select one from the following:
Afternoon Camp
Select one from the following:
Java Programming B**
This course builds on Java A and continues with a more in-depth coverage of procedural programing. Students will learn nested Conditions, nested Loops, multi-dimensional Arrays. It will also introduce basic sorting, linear and binary search.


Discounts:

Sibling Discount:
Get 5% off the lower tuition amount for families enrolling two or more students.

Tuition

Weekly Theme Camp (K-7th Grade)
    Full Day Program (8:30am-6:30pm)
    $299/week or $70/day
    Short Day Program(8:30am-3:30pm or 12:30pm-6:30pm)
    $249/week or $60/day
    Half Day Program(8:30am-12pm or 12:30pm-3:30pm or 3:30pm-6:30pm)
    $189/week or $50/day
    Extended Aftercamp 3:30pm-6:30pm daily drop-in fee is $25 per day with enrollment of afternoon camp.

    -Rhythmic Gymnastics*: $20 additional weekly surcharge. Weekly enrollment is required.
Middle School Camp (8-9th Grade)
    Full Day Program (8:30am-6:30pm)
    $359/week or $80/day
    Short Day Program(8:30am-3:30pm or 12:30pm-6:30pm)
    $299/week or $70/day
    Half Day Program(8:30am-12pm or 12:30pm-3:30pm)
    $229/week or $60/day
**Computer Programming Camp
(weekly enrollment required):
Morning Programming Camp (9:00am-12:00pm):
$285 per camp per week
Afternoon Programming Camp (1:00pm-4:00pm):
$285 per camp per week
- Reduce to $265 with enrollment of any full-week Theme camp and/or full-week Aftercamp classes in the same week.

Daily Schedule (K-7th Grade)
8:30-9:30 Morning Drop off, Morning Reading, Board Games & Chess
9:30-11:30 Morning Class (Programming Camp 9-12 pm)
11:30-1:00 Lunch / Free Activities or Games or Craft /Reading (Supervised by staff)
1:00-3:00 Afternoon Class (Programming Camp 1-4 pm)
3:00-3:25 Break & Snack
3:25-5:30 Three After Camp Classes:
— Chinese or Spanish or Sport &Chess Club
— Math Practice
— Vocabulary Building
5:30-6:30 Craft & Free Activities (Supervised by staff)
Daily Schedule (8-9th Grade)
8:30-9:30 Morning Drop off, Morning Reading, Board Games & Chess
9:30-12:00 Morning Class (Programming Camp 9-12 pm)
12:00-1:00 Lunch / Free Activities or BoardGames or Reading (Supervised by staff)
1:00-3:30 Afternoon Class (Programming Camp 1-4 pm, Middle School 1:00-3:30 pm)
3:30-4:00 Break & Snack
4:00-6:30 After Camp Activities:
— Sport & Recess & Reading
(Supervised by staff)

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