The Community Classroom Online Digital Art Camp: August 16th-20th

May 24, 2021 | Events in Florence, Events Online, Purchase

Does your child love art and technology? Are you looking for something ​that your child can do from your home during the summer?

We offer Community Classroom Digital Art Camp! No experience required for this art camp, though participants will need access to Google Drawing.

Where: Online via Zoom

When: August 16-20th, 10-12 pm EST

Cost: $200

Register: Click here to register

Led by: Jay Bright, a certified teacher and tutor at The Community Classroom who majored in mathematics and later completed a Masters’s in Mathematics Teaching at Mount Holyoke College. Throughout her journey, she’s discovered the value and importance of play. Most recently she’s been digging into learning more about how the brain learns through play. She’d like to focus on promoting productive struggle and sharing thinking through rigorous math tasks.  Jay is a play-based math specialist.

Requirements: Participants must be comfortable navigating a computer, be able to navigate multiple tabs, use copy/paste keyboard commands, have a Gmail account (or secure one before starting), and have a computer with a mouse and keyboard. Tablets/mobile devices will not work.

*This class will be limited to 15 rising 3rd-6th graders.

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