JULY 6 - 10





Grades 3 - 12

The Coronavirus pandemic has disrupted learning for roughly 92% of the world’s student population. Close to 1.6 billion children in over 150 countries have had their education and social development disrupted. At GenerateTech, our goal is to keep children of all ages excited about learning and to do so in the safest way possible. The mental, emotional and social development of children will continue to decline the longer they stay away from engaging hands-on in-person training. Many students will have difficulty returning to school, and generally, to discipline, if they do not get involved in a structured hands-on in-person training experience during the Summer. We get that! This is why we have implemented clear-cut commonsense policies to support learning, safe operations and socialization during our Innovative Technologies in STEM Summer Camp from July 6 – 10. We want you to have full confidence to allow your child to develop competence. Yes, we have to work harder and for less, but WE ARE DOING IT TO RECLAIM OUR CHILDREN’S FUTURES.


Read our safety and operational policies and then sign up for our Innovative Technologies in STEM Summer Camp to STOP the DISRUPTION to your child’s mental, emotional and social development 

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Covid-19 Policies for Innovative Technologies in STEM Summer Camp


  • Parents are required to check the temperature of their children to ensure that it is not above 99.4° F before leaving home. Campers with temperatures above 99.4° F should remain at home. If we determine that a camper is sick, we will move that camper to one of our ISOLATION ROOMS. While in isolation, he/she will be able to continue working until picked up. If your child is placed in isolation, you will be called to pick him/her up. We will work with families to provide make-up training if such becomes necessary.

  • All public-facing surfaces, including doors, table tops and restrooms, that campers will likely touch as they enter, occupy and exit our training facility will be sanitized twice during camp using commercial grade sanitizer.

  • Each camper must use the Sanitization Station upon entering the training facility to thoroughly sanitize their hands.


Hands-on Interactive Learning & Fun Experiences

All campers learn by doing

"Because Innovative Technologies STEM Summer Camp is 100% hands-on, campers will likely remain motivated beyond camp to continue their learning and to challenge themselves with other DIY STEM projects. For parents, this should be a welcomed outcome. Undoubtedly, COVID-19 decelerated the learning progress of many students, so to inspire our campers to code and create for the rest of Summer is a win-win for their futures and families." - Mark Fraser, President

The micro:bit is a tiny, microcomputer with programmable LEDs, light, and temperature sensors, physical connection pins, motion sensors, and wireless communication via radio and Bluetooth. The hands-on learning curriculum to be used will engage campers as they see their abstract programs come to life on a tangible physical device.
Campers will benefit from a combination of instructor-led demos, engaging lessons, videos, puzzles, quizzes, and DIY projects to maximize their learning experiences while having fun. Based on grade level, campers will write programs and deploy the code to the micro:bit using either block codes or Python programming language. Campers will complete over 10 hands-on activities as they bring their individual micro:bit to life. These activities will challenge their critical thinking skills and improve their coding, construction and creative abilities.

Among the micro: bit 12 programming activities, campers will learn about sprites and how to communicate with other micro: bits using the built-in radio. Concepts taught include: creating sprites, moving sprites, deleting sprites, radio setup, and sending data. Younger campers will also learn how to create their first fast-paced racer game using the micro: bit. Older campers will practice their reflex skills as they learn how to program a game on their micro:bit that tests the user's reaction time.

Drones are becoming increasingly popular, not just for war and military purposes, but also for wildlife and atmospheric research, disaster relief, photography related to landscape, weddings, and sports, and much more! This course will teach students the importance of going through a pre-flight checklist, they will learn the different controls of a drone, learn how to control a quadcopter's flight pattern, and even use advanced techniques in an obstacle course. Campers will learn STEM skills in Math and Science, including geometry, spatial awareness and how laws of nature work.
Developing motor skills and hand-eye coordination is important to advance the learning process and to facilitate physical growth. It influences many other skills such as observation, reading, preparedness, writing, balance, and a sense of direction. By using visual cues while processing other information, campers will enhance their fine motor skills.

The following skills are promoted during training activities:

Coding, Critical Thinking, Construction, Connection, Creativity, Collaboration

As students complete their daily camping activities and challenges, they will learn, understand and demonstrate the following coding skills:
  • Object-oriented programming
  • Variables
  • Sequencing
  • Loops
  • Events
  • Functions
  • Conditions
  • Debugging
  • List and arrays

Camp Schedule

Grades 3 - 6:

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Grades 7 - 12:

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Camp Curriculum

Our training curriculum is customized to meet and challenge the learning needs of all grade levels

Camp Fee

Registration Fee: $10.00

Camp Fee: $150

*Participation is on a First Pay basis

What happens after camp?

Campers will have the opportunity to continue building Micro:BIt DIY projects at home while having access to the online training portal until July 30.