June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

2017 Drawing Contest Winner HILARY LU, 9th Grade ONLINE REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 16 June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in FREMONT & NEWARK THREE SESSIONS OF CLASSES AVAILABLE for Grades 4-11 Voted BEST Teen Focus Summer Camp 3 Years in a Row PARENTS’ PRESS

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

As you plan your child’s schedule, please follow these Ohlone for Kids (OFK) recommendations: GRADE LEVEL APPROPRIATE Our classes are designed to be grade level specific. Enroll your children for classes for the grade they will enter in the upcoming school year. Remediation is not offered.

OFK may change a student’s schedule if the classes enrolled in are not consistent with appropriate grade level. CLASS TIMES & REPEAT COURSES Do not register for more than 1 class per period in the same session (ex: 2 classes in Period A during Session 1). Courses that are repeated in different sessions have exactly the same content, so please do not register for the same course more than once.

WAYS TO REGISTER Our online registration process is efficient and easy to use, with a secured payment network. To register in-person using check/cash (longer processing time), our office hours are 8:00am- 2:30pm Mon-Fri starting May 7. No registrations are accepted the same day as classes begin. Our office is located at Ohlone College, 43600 Mission Blvd, Fremont, Building 4, 2nd floor, Rm 203. See OFK website for parking information. CLASS ENROLLMENTS & CANCELLATIONS Registration is first come, first served, so please sign up for classes as soon as possible to avoid being put on a waitlist.

We evaluate enrollment numbers 7 days before each session; classes not meeting the minimum enrollment numbers are cancelled at that time.

Ohlone for Kids is a self-supporting program. All class registrations are final and no refunds will be issued unless a class is cancelled. Class changes may rarely be allowed for a $25 fee. Classes are non-transferrable. Please read the following information in its entirety before registering. OFK thanks Ohlone Community College and the Fremont and Newark Unified School Districts for their support and collaboration for the 2018 OFK Summer Enrichment Program. GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION Online Registration begins APRIL 16 at 9am STEPS FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION NOTE: A detailed registration tutorial with screen shots is available at ohloneforkids.com 1 Go to ohloneforkids.com and read the class descriptions and schedule carefully.

2 Click “Register Here” to be directed to the online registration website. Then click “sign-in.” 3a NEW STUDENTS: Create a household profile with guardian name, then add each youth. (see FAQ on website). 3b RETURNING STUDENTS: Enter username and password.

NOTE: If you can’t remember your log-in credentials, contact OFK at (510) 979-7597 or ofk@ohlone.edu. DO NOT create a new profile. 4 Click “Courses” from the left menu to navigate through course listings, or use the “Search” box to search for specific courses. Record the 5-digit “class ID” for each class you register. Refer to class ID# should you need to contact our office with any registration concerns. 5 Choose your classes and pay with Visa/Mastercard; only push “submit” one time. You will then receive a confirmation email; have your child bring it on the first day of class. Check ohloneforkids.com prior to the first class for classroom assignments and site maps.

WELCOME to the 29th annual Ohlone for Kids and Teens summer enrichment program! We are offering new classes as well as some favorites. Returning this summer are highly popular coding classes along with fun and challenging courses in biology and chemistry. New courses this summer include Beginner/Intermediate Chess, Little Veterinarian School, Micro Drone Camp, Marine Engineering, Oceanic Expedition, and Introduction to Ethical Hacking. For college preparation, we are again providing test preparation for the SAT and ACT.

This year’s line-up is innovative and relevant. Ohlone for Kids looks forward to seeing you this summer. Gari Browning, Ph.D. President/Superintendent, Ohlone Community College District

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

CLASS INFORMATION: Classes run Mondays-Thursdays. No class on Fridays except for the week of July 2-6. Session I - June 25-28 & July 2,3,5,6 Newark Memorial High School & Mission San Jose High School Session II - July 9-12 & July 16-19 Newark Memorial High School & Mission San Jose High School Session III - July 23-26 & July 30-August 2 Mission San Jose High School ONLY DAILY SCHEDULE: Period A: 8:30 am - 10 am Period B: 10:15 am - 11:45 am Lunch: 11:45 am - 12:30 pm Period C: 12:30 pm - 2 pm Period D: 2:15 pm - 3:45 pm After Hours: 3:45 pm - 5:30 pm FREMONT (SESSIONS 1, 2, 3): Mission San Jose High School, 41717 Palm Ave Fremont, Ca 94539 NEWARK (SESSIONS 1, 2): Newark Memorial High School, 39375 Cedar Blvd Newark, Ca 94560 SUMMER LOCATIONS:

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in
  • POLICIES AND EXPECTATIONS
  • All medications must be left in the OFK office with a doctor’s release. Medication can be dropped off the first day of class.
  • Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal from the program without a refund.
  • Students may arrive no more than 15 minutes before his/her first class starts. Students must be picked up within 15 minutes of their last class.
  • For the safety of the students, parents and visitors are not allowed on campus and must report to the OFK office if they need to see their child during class time.
  • All absences should be reported to OFK staff: ofk@ohlone.edu or (510) 979-7597
  • If you want to transfer your child(s) into a different course, please note that there is a $25 fee per class change you make.
  • All OFK class registrations are final and no refunds will be given unless a class is canceled. IMPORTANT NOTES Grades & Homework Ohlone for Kids and Teens is a not-for-credit enrichment program. No grades or progress reports will be sent home, and instructors will not necessarily assign homework. Inquiries about student progress can be sent to ofk@ohlone. edu.

Supervision Students will be supervised during all breaks and lunches beginning at 8:15am and ending following After Hours at 5:30pm. Students not enrolled in consecutive classes must be picked up immediately following their last class. There is no supervision for kids not enrolled in a class or After Hours. Transportation to and from school is the responsibility of the parents. If you would like your child to be able to walk home on their own, please download a form at www.ohloneforkids. com to release Ohlone College from liability. Lunch Lunch and snacks will not be available for sale. Make suee your child brings snacks, lunch, and water.

Intensive Courses OFK will be offering intensive courses that will take up 2 periods. Please review the class(es) very carefully before enrolling your child. An intesive class will say AM or PM on the table of content. See page 35 for a schedule planner. A schedule planner is available online on OFK’s website. Stay Updated Classroom assignments, campus maps, etc., will be made available on www.ohloneforkids.com prior to Session I. Classes, schedules & locations are subject to change. Please check our website and your email for up-to-date information. We also post updates on our Facebook page “Ohlone for Kids and Teens”.

Please like to get latest news. REGISTRATION DATES April 16 - Registration opens online (9:00am) May 7- Drop-in registration begins June 18 - Last day to register for Session 1 courses July 2 - Last day to register for Session 2 courses July 16 - Last day to register for Session 3 courses Due to the high volume of calls and emails we experience during the OFK registration period, please be patient with our response time. Please keave a voicemai if we cannot answer. Thank you for your patience. 2

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

3 Mission San Jose High School Period A (8:30 am- 10:00 am): Grade Class Page 4-6 Beginners Chess 19 4-6 Full Tilt Physics 20 4-7 3D Printing: Superheroes To The Rescue 8 4-8 Acting Out 18 4-8 Mandarin For Beginners 14 4-8 Paint, Inks, and Dyes 6 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Smart Bricks 11 5-7 Me Gusta Español 14 5-7 Money 101 Fundamentals (*AM) 19 5-8 Python For Kids Part 1 8 6-8 Exploring Science Through Virtual Reality 12 6-9 Applied Geometry and Introduction to 3D Printing 11 7-9 Harry Potters in Foldables 15 9-11 AP Biology Preparation (*AM) 20 9-11 Comprehensive PSAT Prep (*AM) 22 9-11 Writing For High School Success 16 10-12 Comprehensive SAT Prep (*AM) 22 Period B (10:15 am- 11:45 am): Grade Class Page 4-6 Intermediate Chess 19 4-6 Meaning In Reading 15 4-6 Mighty Mental Math 17 4-7 Kudo Kart Racing Game Design 7 4-8 Mandarin For Beginners 14 4-8 Once Upon A Story 19 4-8 Paint, Inks, and Dyes 6 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Battle Bots 1 10 5-8 WebDesign: HTML, CSS 8 6-8 Circuit Playground 12 6-8 Full Tilt Physics 20 6-8 Game App Design With MIT App Inventor 12 9-11 Writing For High School Success 16 Period A (8:30 am- 10:00 am): Grade Class Page 4-5 Broadway Jazz 18 4-6 Beginners Chess 19 4-6 Bio Wonders 20 4-6 Planetary Science 21 4-7 Game Design: Invader Defense 7 4-8 Cartooning A, B, C’s 6 4-8 Intermediate Mandarin 14 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Battle Bots 2 10 5-7 Money 101 Fundamentals (*AM) 19 5-8 Python For Kids Part 2 8 6-8 All About Sculpture 6 6-8 Exploring Science Through Virtual Reality 12 6-9 Applied Geometry and Introduction to 3D Printing 11 7-9 Harry Potters in Foldables 15 8-9 Algebra 1 16 Period C (12:30 pm- 2:00 pm): Grade Class Page 4-6 Little Medical School 21 4-7 American Sign Language (ASL) 14 4-7 Civil Engineering 9 4-8 Animation Flix 18 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Fungineering Basics 11 4-8 Sparkling Science (*PM) 21 5-7 Adventures In Coding 11 5-7 Invent With Makey Makey and Scratch 13 5-8 WebDesign: Javascript 8 6-8 All About Sculpture 6 6-8 Journalism and Public Speaking 16 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 8-10 Money 101 Moving Out (*PM) 19 10-12 Comprehensive ACT Prep (*PM) 22 Period D (2:15 pm- 3:45 pm): Grade Class Page 4-6 Sports/Wilderness Medicine 21 4-7 Mechanical Engineering 9 4-8 Minecraft Flix 18 5-8 Python For Kids Part 1 8 5-8 Tinker Studio 13 6-8 All About Sculpture 6 6-8 Introduction to Game Development With Unity 13 6-11 SAT Prep: Reading + Writing 22 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 8-11 American Sign Language (ASL) 14 Period B (10:15 am- 11:45 am): Grade Class Page 4-5 Power Speech 15 4-6 Intermediate Chess 19 4-6 Meaning In Reading 15 4-6 Physics Fun, Chemistry Fizz 21 4-6 Vroom! Vroom! Blast Off! 21 4-7 Minecraft EDU Virtual: Traveling Into The Future 9 4-8 Art and Nature 6 4-8 Intermediate Mandarin 14 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Creative Challenges 10 4-8 Singing For Fun 17 5-8 WebDesign: HTML, CSS 8 6-8 All About Sculpture 6 6-8 Game App Design With MIT APP Inventor 12 7-9 Bio Wonders 20 7-10 Build And Program Arduino Robots (*AM) 12 8-9 Algebra 1 16 SESSION 2 (JULY 9- July 19) SESSION 1 (JUNE 25- July 6) Legend: *AM = 8:30- 11:45 am *PM = 12:30-3:45 pm Like us on FB Ohlone For Kids Did you know? Ohlone for Kids have been serving the TriCity Area since 1989.

SCHEDULE AT GLANCE Directory of courses by session and grade

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

Period A (8:30 am- 10:00 am): Grade Class Page 4-5 Writing Wonders 16 4-6 Little Medical School 21 4-7 Chemical Engineering 9 4-8 Acting Out 18 4-8 Cartooning A, B, C’s 6 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: The Deep Space Terraformers 10 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Advanced Techniques 10 5-8 Becoming A Journalist 16 5-8 Python For Kids Part 3 8 6-8 Everyone Loves A Mystery 15 6-8 Exploring Science Through Virtual Reality 12 6-8 Metals in Arts and Crafts 7 6-8 Power Speech 15 7-9 Harry Potters in Foldables 15 7-11 Computer Security and Ethical Hacking (*AM) 13 8-9 Algebra 1 16 8-11 Geometry 17 8-10 Money 101 Moving Out (*AM) 19 9-11 AP Biology Preparation (*AM) 20 9-11 Writing For High School Success 16 10-12 Comprehensive ACT Prep (*PM) 22 Period B (10:15 am- 11:45 am): Grade Class Page 4-6 Meaning In Reading 15 4-6 Sports/Wilderness Medicine 21 4-7 Lego Robotics: Rescue Robots 9 4-8 Art And Nature 6 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: The Deep Space Terraformers 10 4-8 Once Upon A Story 19 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Ultra Challenge 11 4-8 Singing For Fun 17 5-8 Digital Photography and Adobe Photoshop 16 5-8 Python For Kids Part 1 8 6-8 Broadway Jazz 18 6-8 Circuit Playground 12 6-8 Metals in Arts and Crafts 7 6-8 Writing Wonders 16 8-9 Algebra 1 16 9-11 Algebra 2 17 9-12 Acing The Essay (SAT/ACT) 22 Period C (12:30 pm- 2:00 pm): Grade Class Page 4-5 Creative Writing 14 4-6 Bio Wonders 20 4-6 Micro Drone Camp 9 4-6 Little Veterinarian School 21 4-7 American Sign Language (ASL) 14 4-7 Medieval Machinations Redstone 7 4-8 Draw, Sketch and Design 6 4-8 Guitar 17 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: The Deep Space Terraformers 10 4-8 Paint, Inks, and Dyes in Arts and Crafts 6 4-8 Robotics: EV3 Battle Bots 3 10 5-7 Adventures In Coding 11 5-7 Invent with Makey Makey and Scratch 13 5-7 Money 101 Fundamentals (*PM) 19 6-8 Illustration And Watercolor 6 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 7-9 Introduction To Java Programming 7 7-11 WebDesign For The 21st Century 16 9-11 Algebra 2 17 9-11 Comprehensive PSAT Prep (*PM) 22 10-12 Comprehensive SAT Prep (*PM) 22 Period D (2:15 pm- 3:45 pm): Grade Class Page 4-7 3D Printing: Minecraft Creations 8 4-7 Calligraphy On Canvas 6 4-8 Mandala Magic 7 4-8 Lego EV3 Mindstorm: The Deep Space Terraformers 10 4-8 Paint, Inks, and Dyes in Arts and Crafts 6 4-8 Ukulele 18 5-8 Build Your Own Electronic Gadgets 12 5-8 Web Design: jQuery & Animation 8 6-8 Creative Writing 14 6-8 Micro Drone Camp 9 6-8 Writing Wonders 16 6-9 iOS Game App Development 13 6-11 Introduction To Calculus 17 7-9 Bio Wonders 20 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 8-11 American Sign Language (ASL) 14 SESSION 3 (JULY 23- August 2) SCHEDULE AT GLANCE Directory of courses by session and grade Period C (12:30 pm- 2:00 pm): Grade Class Page 4-5 Writing Wonders 16 4-6 Little Veterinarian School 21 4-6 Science Career For Kids 20 4-7 Electrical Engineering 9 4-8 Action Movie Flix 18 4-8 Draw, Sketch and Design 6 4-8 Hindi: An Ancient Language 14 4-8 Robotics: LEGO EV3 Vehicle Academy 11 5-7 Adventures In Coding 11 5-8 WebDesign: Javascript 8 6-8 Creating Computer Games 7 6-8 Metals in Arts and Crafts 7 6-8 Vroom! Vroom! Blast Off! 21 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 8-10 Money 101 Moving Out (*PM) 19 9-11 AP Biology Preparation (*PM) 20 Period D (2:15 pm- 3:45 pm): Grade Class Page 4-5 Illustration and Watercolor 6 4-6 Explorations In STEAM Learning with K’NEX 20 4-6 Sports/Wilderness Medicine 21 4-7 Marine Engineering 9 4-8 Imagination Flix 18 4-8 Hindi: An Ancient Language 14 4-8 Mandala Magic! 7 5-7 Science of Everyday Things 13 5-8 Python For Kids Part 2 8 6-8 Creating Computer Games 7 6-8 Metals in Arts and Crafts 7 6-8 Planetary Science 21 6-11 SAT: Math 22 7-9 Enhancing Reading Comprehension 15 7-10 Coding 2D Video Games With Javascript 12 SESSION 2 (cont.) 4

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

SCHEDULE AT GLANCE Directory of courses by session and grade Newark Memorial High School Period A (8:30 am- 10:00 am): Grade Class Page 4-5 Writing Wonders 28 4-6 Little Veterinarian School 33 4-6 Tinkering With Chemistry 34 4-7 Game Design: Invader Defense 24 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Build Your Own Smart Car 27 4-8 Live Action Flix 31 5-6 Applied Mathematics And Measurements 29 5-7 Middle School Math Part 1 29 5-7 Money 101 Fundamentals (*AM) 32 5-8 Web Design: HTML, CSS 25 6-8 Circuit Playground 26 6-8 Garden To Plate 31 7-11 Geometry 29 9-11 AP Biology Preparations (*AM) 33 9-11 Introduction To Biz (*AM) 32 Period B (10:15 am- 11:45 am): Grade Class Page 4-6 Little Medical School 33 4-7 Civil Engineering 25 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Build Your Own Smart Car 27 4-8 Lego Flix 31 5-7 Middle School Math Part 1 29 5-8 Web Design: Javascript 25 6-8 Game APP Design with MIT App Inventor 26 6-8 Garden To Plate 31 6-8 Tinkering With Chemistry 34 6-8 Writing Wonders 28 7-12 Algebraic/Geometric Projects 28 9-11 Algebra 2 28 Period A (8:30 am- 10:00 am): Grade Class Page 4-5 Creative Writing 28 4-6 Sports/Wilderness Medicine 34 4-6 Oceanic Expedition 33 4-7 Chemical Engineering 25 4-7 Presentation Skills 32 4-8 Acting Out 31 4-8 Animation Flix 31 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Innovation Camp 27 5-6 Applied Mathematics And Measurements 29 5-7 Me Gusta Español (I Like Spanish) 27 5-7 Middle School Math Part 2 29 5-8 Becoming A Journalist 30 6-8 Circuit Playground 26 6-8 Garden To Plate 31 7-11 Geometry 29 9-11 Comprehensive PSAT Prep 34 9-11 Writing For High School Success 28 10-12 Comprehensive SAT Prep 34 Period B (10:15 am- 11:45 am): Grade Class Page 4-6 Little Medical School 33 4-6 Energy Galore 32 4-6 Mighty Mental Math 29 4-7 Mechanical Engineering 26 4-8 Minecraft Flix 31 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Innovation Camp 27 5-7 Middle School Math Part 2 29 4-8 Once Upon A Story 31 6-8 Economics For Kids 29 5-8 Digital Photography and Adobe Photoshop 30 6-8 Creative Writing 28 6-8 Game App Design with MIT App Inventor 26 6-8 Garden To Plate 31 7-12 Algebraic/Geometric Projects 29 9-11 Algebra 2 28 9-11 Writing For High School Success 28 SESSION 2 (JULY 9-19) Period C (12:30 pm- 2:00 pm): Grade Class Page 4-5 Dealing With Grammar Glitch 28 4-6 Beginners Chess 31 4-6 Bio Wonders 33 4-6 Micro Drone Camp 26 4-7 Minecraft EDU Virtual: Traveling Into The Future 25 4-7 Perfecting the Art of Argument and Debate 32 4-7 Presentation Skills 32 4-8 Hindi An Ancient Language 27 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Build Your Own Smart Car 27 5-7 Adventures In Coding 26 5-8 Python For Kids Part 1 25 5-8 Why Write 28 6-9 Lightning Algebra Part 1 29 8-10 Money 101 Moving Out (*PM) 32 9-11 Algebra 2 28 Period D (2:15 pm- 3:45 pm): Grade Class Page 4-6 Intermediate Chess 32 4-7 3D Printing: Superheros To The Rescue 25 4-7 Create Art 24 4-8 Hindi: An Ancient Language 27 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Build Your Own Smart Car 27 5-8 Tinker Studio 26 6-8 Everyone Loves A Mystery 28 6-8 Economics For Kids 29 6-8 Dealing With Grammar Glitch 28 6-8 Micro Drone Camp 26 6-9 Lightning Algebra Part 1 29 7-9 Bio Wonders 33 7-9 Introduction to Java Programming 24 Period C (12:30 pm- 2:00 pm): Grade Class Page 4-5 Study and Organizational Skills 33 4-6 Beginner Chess 31 4-7 American Sign Language (ASL) 27 4-7 Calligraphy On Canvas 24 4-7 Game Design: Tower Defense 24 4-7 Perfecting the Art of Argument and Debate 32 4-8 Guitar 30 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Innovation Camp 27 5-7 Adventures In Coding 26 6-8 Everyone Loves A Mystery 28 6-8 Energy Galore 33 6-8 Journalism and Public Speaking 30 6-9 Lightning Algebra Part 2 30 7-11 Webdesign for the 21st Century 30 9-11 Algebra 2 28 9-11 Introduction to Biz (*PM) 32 9-12 Acing The Essay For SAT & ACT 34 10-12 Comprehensive ACT Prep (*PM) 34 Period D (2:15 pm- 3:45 pm): Grade Class Page 4-6 Intermediate Chess 32 4-7 Create Art 24 4-7 Software Engineering: Video Sensing 27 4-8 LEGO EV3 Mindstorms: Innovation Camp 27 4-8 Ukulele 30 6-9 Lightning Algebra Part 2 30 5-8 Tinker Studio 26 5-8 Why Write 28 6-8 Oceanic Expedition 33 6-8 Study and Organizational Skills 33 6-9 Lightning Algebra Part 2 30 8-11 American Sign Language (ASL) 27 Legend: *AM = 8:30- 11:45 am *PM = 12:30-3:45 pm SESSION 1 (JUNE 25- JULY 6) 5

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

For Questions call 510-979-7597 or email ofk@ohlone.edu 6 AFTER HOURS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) AH $125 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) AH $125 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) AH $125 Ohlone for Kids After Hours (AH) features an extended period for children between 3:45 pm and 5:30 pm. After Hours will invite kids to participate in some popular board games, card games, sports games, and parlor games, in addition to arts and crafts. ART & EXPRESSION ILLUSTRATION & WATERCOLOR Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-5 2 (July 9- July 19) D $115 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) C $115 Drawing is cool! Adding color to what you’ve drawn is awesome! For the artist interested in pushing themselves further, this course will teach students drawing and watercolor techniques to cultivate their blooming creativity.

Students will also learn to use their observation skills to accurately render more realistic illustrations. Key topics taught: gesture drawing, pushing the pose, drawing the human face, understanding light, shade, color and mood, learning to relax and live in the artistic moment and so much more!

CARTOONING A, B, C’S Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) A $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $115 Come learn the basics of drawing while you explore bringing in human animal, abstract forms to life! This engaging class is designed for beginners, however, everyone will enjoy the opportunity to try new ideas and develop skills to a higher level. This is a class where a high level of imagination is a plus! ART AND NATURE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) B $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $115 Explore your imagination and enhance your drawing skills by creating artful expressions in nature.

Daily lessons will introduce a variety of nature topics including animals, weather, scene themes and poetry, to inspire the student artist to create personalized artworks.

DRAW, SKETCH AND DESIGN Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) C $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) C $115 Draw, Sketch and Design will introduce the students to several different drawings purposes, including creating blue prints, designing characters, creating nature theme and abstract art. Students need no prior drawing experience in order to participate and appreciate this broad exposure to drawing. PAINT, INKS AND DYES Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) A $115 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) B $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) C $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $115 Make clay and wood forms and apply various images and texts with paint.

Create a design on fabric with the Batik-wax technique. Use various paper forms to prepare a ‘plate’ which can be inked and printed on paper. Make a sheet of paper by hand and brush on ink designs in the manner of Chinese and Japanese calligraphers. Color mixing and principles of design will be emphasized in an acrylic painting and canvas.

ALL ABOUT SCULPTURE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 1 (June 25- July 6) C $115 6-8 1 (June 25- July 6) D $115 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) A $115 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) B $115 Model a lump of earth (clay) into an animal, a person, a boat, or anything. Carve a piece of soft soapstone to reveal the shapes within it. Cast plaster into a wet clay mold. Weave a container out of thin reeds. Make a three-dimensional object using only masking tape. Form a figure from a wire armature and paper mache. CALLIGRAPHY ON CANVAS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 3 (July 23- August 2) D $120 Through this course students will learn about Calligraphy and Acrylic Canvas Art, producing different size and styles of beautiful brightly colored paintings.

Students will learn 2 styles of calligraphy in a fun and creative way as Students also explore painting on canvas with Acrylics, learning the proper tools and techniques needed to build beautiful pieces of art. Students will then merge the two styles creating free-form designs using these basic skills to create amazing calligraphy canvas designs. All materials provided. MISSION SAN JOSE MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

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Register today at www.ohloneforkids.com 7 MANDALA MAGIC! Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) D $115 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $115 Would you like to enjoy learning and working with the Magic of Mandalas? If so, join us to learn the rich history of Mandalas and create your own Mandala notebook, featuring designs you create to symbolize important character traits such as determination, imagination, and happiness. Students should join the fun if they love to draw, color, make their own creations, and learn a little magic! No prior drawing skills required.

HIGH SCHOOL METALS IN ARTS AND CRAFTS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) C $115 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) D $115 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $115 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $115 Use a ‘hammer’ and stamps to fashion a design in sheet aluminum (counter-response).

Carve a design in plaster and cast pewter (tin) into it. Make a clay form and Raku-fire it with copper luster glazes. Use steel wire to ‘draw’ people and animals in 3-D space. Protective eye-ware and gloves are provided and required. (Note: $15 materials fee).

Pro Tip: If you are new to OFK, create a household profile before April 16 to expedite registration! Try logging in before April 16 to make sure you’re using the correct username and password! Contact OFK if you need assistance. COMPUTER SCIENCE CREATING COMPUTER GAMES Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) C $110 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) D $110 Students will learn how to create a simple video game with free software so that they can play the games they build on their own computers at home. Students will learn how to create simple animations and how to use the basic programming commands to build their very own video game.

The class uses a web-enabled program that allows students to access their game without requiring storage devices. (Note: $15 materials fee). GAME DESIGN: INVADER DEFENSE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 2 (July 9- July 19) A $225 During the Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense classes, students will create their own video game. Whether students wish to fire marshmallows or missiles, they build a complete video game from start to finish. They program characters to survive a wave of enemy attacks in order to reach the next level. At the end of the class, students take home a copy of the game they create.

(not compatible with Mac or Linux). Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

INTRO TO JAVA PROGRAMMING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 7-9 3 (July 23- August 2) C $260 This course provides complete coverage of the core Java programming language with object-oriented programming principles and giving students, the strong language foundation required for any Java-based development environment. This course covers core coding skills in Java like variables, loops, conditions, class, void method, GUI programming widgets like buttons, labels etc. This course is current to Java 8. (Note: $35 technology fee) Course taught by Progressive Kids. KUDO KART RACING GAME DESIGN Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 1 (June 25- July 6) B $225 Race to the finish and create your own racing game in Microsoft’s Kodu gaming environment.

From terrain design to enemy selection, students are placed at the wheel and given full control to design their game. Create your own video game while exploring the foundations of coding. Kick your creativity in gear with Kodu Kart Racing. (not compatible with Mac or Linux) Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

MINECRAFT EDU VIRTUAL: MEDIEVAL MACHINATIONS REDSTONE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 3 (July 23- August 2) C $225 Minecraft EDU is an expansive game that lets players design and create unique worlds with amazing structures. One of the more complicated aspects of Minecraft Edu is Redstone, which is Minecraft EDUs version of electrical circuitry. This class will introduce students to the many users of Redstone through a medieval themed adventures of creation, exploration, and castle besieging, with students making mime cart tracks to help them gather resources, working together to build their kingdom, and designing traps to defend their castle, all with the use of Redstone.

Course taught by Engineering For Kids. MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

June 25 through August 2, 2018 Classes Available in

For Questions call 510-979-7597 or email ofk@ohlone.edu 8 MISSION SAN JOSE PYTHON FOR KIDS PART 1 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 1 (June 25- July 6) A $260 5-8 1 (June 25- July 6) D $260 5-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $260 In Python for Kids - Part -1, Kids will learn installations, variables, conditions, functions, string, Tkinter widgets like frame, button, level and canvas and Game. They will work on mini-projects and develop one final game based on concepts covered in this session. (Note: $35 technology fee). Course taught by Progressive Kids. PYTHON FOR KIDS PART 2 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 2 (July 9- July 19) A $260 5-8 2 (July 9- July 19) D $260 In Python for Kids - Part -2, Kids will learn looping, string as object, file operations, Tkinter text animation, object creation and animation.

They will work on mini projects and develop a final game based on concepts they learned. (Note: $35 technology fee). Course taught by Progressive Kids.

Prerequisite: Previous experience with Python or taking Python for Kids Part 1 is mandatory. WEBDESIGN: HTML, CSS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 1 (June 25- July 6) B $260 5-8 2 (July 9- July 19) B $260 Web Design: HTML CSS is mainly focused on web designing, HTML tags, forms, tables, navigation, styling and creating layout. Kids will learn how to develop mobile friendly responsive webpage with embed pictures and videos and how to upload it online. (Note: $35 technology fee). Course taught by Progressive Kids. PYTHON FOR KIDS PART 3 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $260 In Python for Kids - Part -3, Kids will learn list, tuple, dictionary, Tkinter object collision, keys control, event binding.

Kids will work on mini-projects and towards the end of the session they will work on final project. (Note: $35 materials fee) Course taught by Progressive Kids.

Prerequisite: Previous experience with Python or taking Python for Kids Part 1 and . WEBDESIGN: JAVASCRIPT Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 1 (June 25- July 6) C $260 5-8 2 (July 9- July 19) C $260 Web design: JavaScript covers JavaScript programming basics like conditions, looping, arrays, function, image animation, integration with HTML & CSS and logical development of games. Towards the end of this session, kids will develop reaction tester game. (Note: $35 technology fee) Course taught by Progressive Kids. WEBDESIGN: jQUERY AND ANIMATION Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $260 Web Design: jQuery & Animation covers Integration of JavaScript with jQuery and canvas.

Kids will learn to create objects, object animation, collision, key binding, set Interval() method etc. Towards the end of this session kids will develop pong game. (Note: $35 technology fee). Course taught by Progressive Kids. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of JavaScript. 3D PRINTING: SUPERHEROS TO THE RESCUE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 1 (June 25- July 6) A $225 3D Printers are one of the most widely applicable and fun inventions on the tech scene today! In 3D Printing: Superhero’s To The Rescue, we will explore the basic concepts of 3D Printing and computer-aided design, or CAD, to design and create our very own 3D Printed superhero! Students will take their hand drawn design and learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can then be modified to be printed in 3D.

Course taught by Engineering For Kids. 3D PRINTING: MINECRAFT CREATIONS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 3 (July 23- August 2) D $225 3D Printing and Minecraft both represent boundless opportunity for creating even our wildest of ideas! In 3D Printing: Minecraft Creations, students will explore the basic concepts of 3D Printing and computer-aided design, or CAD, to bring their most awesome Minecraft creation to life! Students will take their Minecraft design out of the world of Minecraft and learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can be modified to be printed in 3D. Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

Register today at www.ohloneforkids.com 9 HIGH SCHOOL ENGINEERING & ROBOTICS CIVIL ENGINEERING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 1 (June 25- July 6) C $225 During the Civil Engineering classes, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine a balsa wood bridge designed to withstand the greatest force. They examine several different types of bridge designs and discover how the forces of tension, compression, bending, torsion, and shear are distributed throughout their structures.

Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 3 (July 23- August 2) A $225 During the chemical engineering classes, students will use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine various mixtures and solutions with different chemical properties. They develop solutions to clean up an oil spill, synthesize their own rocket fuel, and investigate the secrets behind color pigmentation. Course taught by Engineering For Kids. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 2 (July 9- July 19) C $225 During the Electrical Engineering classes, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine basic electronics and circuits.

Students experiment with Snap Circuits® to discover the capabilities of major electronic components. In addition, students build their own flashlights and explore the world of magnetic energy by building their own Magnetic Levitation vehicle. Course taught by Engineering For Kids. MARINE ENGINEERING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 2 (July 9- July 19) D $225 During the Marine Engineering classes, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine several types of marine based devices and vehicles. Students construct working prototypes that teach and reinforce the concepts of above water transportation, underwater exploration, and harnessing the power of water.

They gain exposure to careers in naval, ocean, and marine engineering as well as naval architecture. Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 1 (June 25- July 6) D $225 In this class, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine a variety of machines and mechanical systems. Students learn basics of fluid mechanics, simple machines, and other design and engineering concepts while constructing roller coasters, egg drop vehicles, and in air-powered dragster students keep at the end of the course. Course taught by Engineering For Kids. MICRO DRONE CAMP Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-6 3 (July 23- August 2) C $180 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $180 MICRO DRONE CAMP! Hands-on learning, innovation & adventure! How does the Magnus Effect & Bernoulli’s Principle modify your flight patterns? What is a 6-axis gyroscope & how will it affect your drone’s stability? Drone flight control, aerobatics, racing challenges & flight engineering will be investigated.

Be sure to register early, includes your very own micro drone to take home! Students will learn basic development & history, what is the FAA & the rules to fly. Course taught by Spectrum of Science. MINECRAFT EDU VIRTUAL: TRAVELING INTO THE FUTURE Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 2 (July 9- July 19) B $225 Join us in an apocalyptic future, one where the earth has been ravaged by series of natural disasters. Each day, students rely on the engineering design process to solve a series of challenges such as building a city on a series of islands, escaping from a bunker on Mt. Everest, and even building a rocket to land on the moon! Through application of engineering principles, students solve numerous challenges as they make their virtual world of Minecraft a safe place for humanity once again.

Course taught by Engineering For Kids.

LEGO ROBOTICS: RESCUE ROBOTS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-7 3 (July 23- August 2) B $225 During the Rescue Robots classes, students design and program robots to respond to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieving targets. Students use LEGO® Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. Course taught by Engineering For Kids. MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

For Questions call 510-979-7597 or email ofk@ohlone.edu 10 MISSION SAN JOSE LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 ROBOTICSTHE DEEP SPACE TERRAFORMERS-A ROBOTIC SPACE EXPEDITION Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $160 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $160 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) C $160 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $160 Students will be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics.

The Deep Space Terraformers leads young campers to the edge of the universe in a robotic adventure that glimpses a future when humankind will transform distant planets into livable habitats. Campers learn STEM principles and concepts behind the robots that are exploring our solar system. Build and program robots to travel and live on Mars and ensure humans can survive in space and help explore space. A great experience for students doing First Lego League (FLL). No Prerequisites! (Note: $20 materials fee.) Course taught by Invent-A-Bot.

ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 BATTLE BOTS 1 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) B $110 Students will initially 1) be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics programming, 2) learn how to build & control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors), and 3) complete robot challenges. Students will then work in teams to design & build original robots for robot vs. robot competitions. The students will provide input for the theme and setup of their battle competition. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience.

(Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots.

ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $110 Students will build, program, & remotely-control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors). Students will work in teams to complete robot challenges & will be taught how to use some “advanced” functions/features (e.g., data operations) of the EV3 robots. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, and/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience. This course will include different projects from those offered last year. (Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots.

ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 BATTLE BOTS 2 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) A $110 Students will initially 1) be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics programming, 2) learn how to build & control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors), and 3) complete robot challenges. Students will then work in teams to design & build original robots for robot vs. robot competitions. The students will provide input for the theme and setup of their battle competition – which will not be the same as Battle Bots I’s competition. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience.

This class is new! (Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots.

Pro Tip: Write down the Class ID # associated with each class when you browse online for faster registration. Contact OFK if you need assistance. ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 CREATIVE CHALLENGES Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) B $110 Students will build, program, & remotely-control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors). Students will work in teams to complete robot challenges & will be guided in the design & creation of their own Robot Challenges for the teams to attempt. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience.

This course will include different projects from those offered last year. (Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots. ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 BATTLE BOTS 3 Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) C $110 Students will initially 1) be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics programming, 2) learn how to build & control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors), and 3) complete robot challenges. Students will then work in teams to design & build original robots for robot vs. robot competitions. The students will provide input for the theme and setup of their battle competition – which will not be the same as Battle Bots I’s or II’s competitions.

The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/ or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience. This class is new! (Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots.

MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

Register today at www.ohloneforkids.com 11 HIGH SCHOOL ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 SMART BRICKS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) A $110 Students will do some Technic building & will be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics programming. Students will learn how to build & control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors). Students will also complete robot challenges. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience.

This course will include different projects from those offered last year. (Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 FUNGINEERING BASICS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 1 (June 25- July 6) C $110 Students will be introduced to the basics of a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors; use of the remote control). How each component of a robot functions will be explained. Students will work in teams to complete robot challenges. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, and/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience.

(Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots. ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 VEHICLE ACADEMY Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 2 (July 9- July 19) C $110 Students will 1) be introduced to LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics programming, 2) learn how to build & control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors), and 3) complete robot challenges. Students will also use a LEGO remote control, receiver, & motor to build remotely-controlled, motorized vehicles. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience. This course will include different projects from those offered last year.

(Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Course taught by Renaissance Tots.

ROBOTICS: LEGO EV3 ULTRA CHALLENGES Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 4-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $110 Students will build, program, & remotely-control a Mindstorms EV3 robot (movement; use of sensors). Students will work in teams to complete robot challenges. The robot challenges in this class will be the most difficult of those in this summer’s 9 camps; the challenges should be roughly similar to those in the well-known, international LEGO robot competition. The teaching staff will provide support, clues, &/or advice as needed to ensure a fun & rewarding learning experience. This course is new.

(Note: $10 robot wear & tear fee.) Taught by Renaissance Tots. ADVENTURES IN CODING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-7 1 (June 25- July 6) C $188 5-7 2 (July 9- July 19) C $188 5-7 3 (July 23- August 2) C $188 Adventures in Coding is designed specifically for young people who want to learn how to code, but don’t know where to begin. No experience? No problem! This class starts from the very basics and takes you from zero to coder in no time. We’ll focus on developing computational thinking. You’ll learn by doing’ as you build projects designed to help you master fundamental programming skills.

These skills form the foundation of any programmer’s tool set, and you’ll continue to use them as you graduate to more complex concepts and tools. Each student will be provided a computer for use in the classroom. (Note: $60 materials fee) APPLIED GEOMETRY AND INTRODUCTION TO 3D PRINTING Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-9 1 (June 25- July 6) A $188 6-9 2 (July 9- July 19) A $188 Are you excited about 3D printing? In this class, students will conceptualize an idea, draw it on paper, turn it into a 3D model, and then bring it to life with a 3D printer. Students will use mathematical principles and cutting-edge 3D-printing technology to produce, test, and reiterate on their designs, eventually bringing their ideas to life! (Note: $100 materials fee) MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)

For Questions call 510-979-7597 or email ofk@ohlone.edu 12 MISSION SAN JOSE BUILD AND PROGRAM ARDUINO ROBOTS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 7-10 2 (July 9- July 19) B+C $488 Build cool robots with electrical engineering and coding skills! Learn how to program electronics using Arduino, an electrical engineering prototyping platform that teaches people about electronics and how electronic circuits work. In this class, students will learn fundamentals of electrical engineering, Arduino coding, and how engineering and programming work together to bring robots to life! All students will receive an Arduino Robotics Kit to take home. (Note: $150 materials fee) Students are required to bring their own Mac OS or Windowsbased laptop. We support one of the following two configurations:
  • Mac: Intel chipset based Macs with OS X 10.8 or newer
  • Windows: Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Window 10+, 4GB of RAM CIRCUIT PLAYGROUND Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 1 (June 25- July 6) B $188 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) B $188 This is an “anti-instruction” course where students learn the fundamentals of electronics through hands-on play. Often describing their experience as “magical’, students will develop a strong understanding of how circuits work while building projects like musical pencils, solar jitterbugs, racing robots, light up greeting cards, electronic piano, and many more! Students get to take home their creations at the end of each class! (Note: $60 materials fee) BUILD YOUR OWN ELECTRONIC GADGETS Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 5-8 3 (July 23- August 2) D $188 Imagination takes flight with this class! Learn to make gadgets and projects that interact with the world around you! We’ll use littleBits, an award-winning prototyping tool to create projects like- ‘home security & warm system” or “clapper machine” or ‘smart doorbell’ or ‘fart machine’ or ‘anti-theft box’ or ‘automated traffic lights’. The possibilities are really endless... (Note: $60 materials fee) CODING 2D VIDEO GAMES WITH JAVASCRIPT Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 7-10 2 (July 9- July 19) D $288 Unleash your imagination on the web! Design interactive animations and games in the platform of the futureHTML5. Learn fundamentals of HTML5 and JavaScript programming with hands on coding activities. Make interactive web-based games. Wow your friends with stunning web animations! Students will have published their own web-based game by the end of the course. (Note: $20 materials fee) Students are required to bring their own Mac OS or Windowsbased laptop. We support one of the following two configurations:
  • Mac: Intel chipset based Macs with OS X 10.8 or newer
  • Windows: Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Window 8.1 or newer, 4GB of RAM
  • CHROMEBOOKS ARE NOT SUPPORTED IN THIS CLASS EXPLORING SCIENCE THROUGH VIRTUAL REALITY Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 1 (June 25- July 6) A $238 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) A $238 6-8 3 (July 23- August 2) A $238 Whether you’re exploring the Great Barrier Reef, flying through the Solar System or creating your own Universe, virtual reality offers endless possibilities in science education. Imagine taking a trip to the surface of Mars, following the path taken by the Mars Rover. Or, taking a tour of CERN, the giant particle collide in Switzerland, without worrying about accidentally walking into a deadly beam of particles! Or how about, going inside the human brain and examining the neurons up and close! In this class, we’ll do just that. Each day, students will wear their VR headsets, learn about a scientific concept, and go on a journey of scientific exploration and discovery! Each student will get their personal VR headset. (Note: $50 materials fee) GAME APP DESIGN WITH MIT APP INVENTOR Grade: Session: Period: Tuition: 6-8 1 (June 25- July 6) B $188 6-8 2 (July 9- July 19) B $188 In this class we will use MIT App Inventor, a development platform that makes it easy to build Android apps. Students will explore and code concepts such as timers, sounds, motion, math, multi screen flows etc. It is an easy, intuitive, and fun way for the young coders to learn about computer programming and get a jumpstart in creating Android apps. Each student will be provided a computer for use in the classroom. (Note: $60 materials fee) MISSION SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL Session 1 (6/25- 7/6), Session 2 (7/ 9- 7/19), Session 3 (7/23- 8/2)
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