Coed High School Hacks Summer Camp
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Navigating seven subjects in one school day, managing time and materials, creating meaningful and efficient study habits, communicating with adults to enlist their support, identifying your learning style, what works and what doesn't.... these valuable high school hacks are just the tip of the iceberg. In this week-long experience, modeled after Jumanji, campers take on the personalities of different prototypical learners, form teams to acquire collaborative learning and group work skills, and complete missions related to the essential skills educational research agrees are the most helpful high school hacks: collaboration, focused note-taking, learning style self-assessment, time management, and self-advocacy.
During the middle of the day, campers will have an opportunity to play sports, swim, or have fun in our arcade.
Instructor Kristen Krauss:
Kristen Krauss, Mock Trial Coach and English Teacher, possesses credentials to teach K-8 and 9-12th grades. She has taught in the MVLA district for 20 years and the MVWSD prior. She loves gamefying learning and creating problem-based learning experiences for students to learn in multidisciplinary ways and in collaborative groups. She believes the most important aspect of learning is the ability to identify one's own strengths and build collaborative group strategies for meeting the challenges of learning something new. Kristen grew up in central California, earned her BA in Literature at Claremont McKenna College, her masters in education at San Jose State University, and possesses three teaching credentials. She loves competing in Spartan races as well as being a Mountain View Spartan.