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One-Week-Long Technology Summer Camp Courses - Summerlin Location - Ages 9-12 & 13-15

Spark Skill is a summer camp that invites students to experience topics that they normally don't cover during the school year: coding, 3D printing, digital design. I'm in Movie Making. All sorts of STEM programs are available. I could be a director or a filmer! In my class students learn how to create their own games through Scratch, which is a coding platform. The teachers who instruct at Spark Skill are incredibly special. I want my kids to be around people who have the passion. These individuals are either expert teachers in their fields or they're university students who are majoring in their subject matter. I've been a graphic designer for the last six years. I normally teach technology. When they get really interested and excited, that's what makes teaching a really good experience. I get to work one-on-one with every student. They know their subject matter, they love the kids, and they have incredibly exciting projects that they invite the students to work on. Technology is the engine of society. Any career a child goes to they need to have some type of technology skills. We're moving to an industry where creativity is the primary skill set. At school they learn math and science, and some tech skills. We capitalize on that, but expand their horizons to think about this in a much more integrated and broad context. What I liked about it, he had done another engineering camp, and it was like twenty kids with one instructor. So, immediately, when I saw the eight-to-one ratio, I was like, "this is going to be perfect." Spark Skill instruction is hands-on and individualized. We have small classes. Our teachers work one-on-one right beside students to help them learn. The students are going to work with people who care about them. He's nice, he's awesome! For every student, there is a computer. For every student, there's a 3D printer. For every student, there's a robot. We ensure that students at any time can usethe technology without having to take turns or wait in line. Five words that would describe Spark Skill: challenging, interacting, awesome, innovative, technology, amazing, deep learning, creative, fun, kind of exploring, and sparked, sparked because the teachers will ignite in them that passion that will take them to the next level. Visit SparkSkill.com to learn more today.

THE SPARK SKILL ADVANTAGE

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

Students Learn New Knowledge and Technology Skills Through Guided, Project-Based and Goal-Oriented Learning. Long Lectures are Strictly Prohibited!

LEADING INSTRUCTORS

Spark Skill Employees Only the Most Qualified and Engaging Instructors in Education and Technology. View Teacher Bios Alongside Summer Camp Information.

EIGHT STUDENTS / TEACHER

Maximize One-On-One Instruction Time and Learning With Spark Skill's Small Class Sections of Just Eight Students Per Instructor.

ONE-TO-ONE TECHNOLOGY

Every Spark Skill Student Has Dedicated Access to All Necessary Technology. Make the Most of Your Time at Tech Summer Camp, Without Waiting or Sharing.

INDUSTRY-GRADE SOFTWARE

We Utilize Industry-Grade Software Including Autodesk FUSION 360, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and After Effects, and Sublime.

ONE-WEEK-LONG COURSES

Each Summer Camp Course Runs for Five Days. You May Enroll for One Week, Two Weeks, or All Three. You'll Develop an Entirely New Skill Set Every Week!

MAKER SPACE SUMMER CAMP LOCATION

The Startup Incubator at AEC is a Spacious, Modern Environment That Will Spark Your Student's Creativity!

9700 Hillpointe Rd, 89134 (Summerlin)

OPEN HOUSE EVENT

Enjoy Free Tech Activities & More at Spark Skill's Open House! Open to Students Ages 8 - 15, Friends, and Family

APRIL 8, 2018, 1:00-3:00PM

RSVP by APRIL 5
9700 Hillpointe Rd, 89134

Spark Skill is an education technology coding camp that provides top-notch technology summer enrichment programs

2018 Spark Skill Summer Camp Offerings

Courses are Organized into Weeks (Rows) and Ages (Columns). Please Scroll or Swipe Left and Right to View More.

WEEK
JULY
9 - 13
JULY
16 - 20
JULY
23 - 27
AGES 9 - 12 AGES 13 - 15 AGES 13 - 15 AGES 13 - 15 AGES 13 - 15
DIGITAL ANIMATION

Students Utilize Adobe Illustrator and After Effects to Digitally Draw and Animate Objects and Characters.

LEARN MORE & ENROLL
3D PRINTING

Campers Employ Fusion 360 & One-to-One 3D Printers to Digitally Design and Physically Print Their Creations.

ONE SEAT: ENROLL NOW
MOBILE GAME DEV

Don't Just Play Mobile Games: Make Them! Students Design and Code Their Own Original Games for Mobile Devices.

POPULAR: ENROLL SOON
JAVASCRIPT GAME DEV

Campers Learn JavaScript, the Programming Language of the Internet, to Develop Web Games.

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ROBOTICS

Students Use One-to-One Mindstorms EV3 Kits to Construct Robots and Solve Fun Engineering Challenges.

LEARN MORE & ENROLL
CODE W/ MINECRAFT

Campers Modify the Game of Minecraft by Applying Programmatic Thinking to a Block-Based Language.

LEARN MORE & ENROLL
E-TEXTILES & IoT

Students Sew, Solder, and Code Internet of Things Projects That Connect Objects in Our World to the Internet.

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

Campers Use Adobe Illustrator to Create Stunning Digital Graphics That Address Realistic Design Prompts and Challenges.

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DIGITAL ANIMATION

Students Utilize Adobe Illustrator and After Effects to Digitally Draw and Animate Objects and Characters.

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DRONE DEVELOPMENT

Campers Assemble Motors, Circuits, and 3D-printed Parts, Creating and Tuning Quadcopter Drones to Bring Home.

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3D PRINTING & ROBOTICS

Students in This Hybrid Camp Develop Foundations in 3D Printing and Robotics With One-To-One Equipment.

POPULAR: ENROLL SOON
WEB DEVELOPMENT

Campers Apply Their Creativity to Design and Develop Websites Using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

LEARN MORE & ENROLL
CODE W/ MINECRAFT

Students Apply Programmatic Thinking to a Block-Based Language to Modify the Game of Minecraft.

POPULAR: ENROLL SOON
   

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