Prioritizing Engagement in Summer Learning Recovery Planning

Student Engagement Strategies to Support Summer Learning

Though providing summer programming is a common exercise for many school districts across the country, due to complications caused by COVID-19, there now exist many more variables to consider. From the uncertainty of how the virus will impact in-person programming, to the desire to engage both teaching staff and students with opportunities that bring joy and excitement, school officials are seeking programs that simplify the planning process.

This white paper provides educators with tips they can use when making their summer learning recovery plans. Highlights include:

  • A look at how informal learning experiences can help increase students’ interest in learning and confidence in their ability to succeed.
  • An explanation of how invention education incorporates the act of play to provide authentic STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) learning.
  • The story of how one educator uses Camp Invention® to create a STEM pipeline at her district by providing innovative programming to elementary school students.

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