How to Plan and Run Computing Summer Camps for 4th-12th grade Students

This is a workshop at SIGCSE on Friday March 8th from 7-10pm.
This workshop will provide details on how to plan and run non-residential computing summer camps for 4th – 12th grade students.   Georgia Tech has been offering computing summer camps since 2004.  These camps are financially self-sustaining and effective. Items used in the camps include: CS Unplugged, LightBot, Scratch, Alice, LEGO robots (WeDo, NXT, and Tetrix), EarSketch, and App Inventor.  Georgia Tech has also helped start other computing camps at eleven other colleges and universities in Georgia. 
The workshop will include forms, a timeline, sample agendas, sample flyers, budget plans, a planning checklist, suggested projects, surveys, pre and post-tests, evaluation results, lessons learned, and more. 


Friday, March 8, 2013 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm