Students at Camp Innovate are learning important lessons about real-world innovation: that failure is an opportunity for growth, that the real world isn’t separated into subject areas, and that problem solving is a vital skill for innovators.
Fourth and fifth graders converged for a week of innovative thinking at Camp Innovate beginning Monday, June 6. Nearly 40 students are exploring math, science, language arts, art, and clowning through unique activities.
During Camp Innovate, fourth and fifth graders are exploring innovation through the lenses of science, math, language arts, and art.
By Josh Raymer As the newest summer camp offered by The Center for Gifted Studies, Camp Innovate is appropriately focused on everything “new” – innovations, perspectives, ideas, discoveries, insights, and more. The fourth and fifth graders who attend the weeklong camp will explore art, science, math, and language arts in ways they likely never have […]