The VisMO Summer Adventure camp was made possible thanks to grant support from The San Diego Foundation. The VisMO Summer Adventure Camp was designed for 17 incoming fifth and sixth grade students from Lemon Grove School District. The "campsite" was at the JI Innovation Lab at the University of San Diego. The camp ran from July 26th to August 12th, 9:00 am to 1:00pm. Students were provided learning materials, transportation and lunch for each day of camp and engaged in physical and virtual hands-on learning activities.
8:50 am Arrive at USD
9:00 am Vismo Activities
10:20 am Break
10:40 am Minecraft Activities
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Leave USD
Each day is from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
9:00 am MRH 214
10:20 am MRH Atrium
10:40 am MRH 214
12:00 pm SLP Dining Hall
University of San Diego
5998 Alcala Park
CA, San Diego 92110
Lunch, all learning materials and an additional bottle of water will be provided to each participant in the program.
What to bring
Water and a snack
Learn spatial vocabulary with tangible learning materials.
Apply spatial visualization and design thinking by creating a personally meaningful artifact.
Utilize symmetries and spatial relations in designing beautiful models.
Apply spatial vocabulary in a virtual world.
Engage in computational thinking by breaking things down and building algorithms.
Practice Mathematical thinking by identifying and creating patterns.
Learn about being college ready.
Learn about being career ready.
Meet The Instructors
VisMO paper folding instructor
In World Minecraft Instructor