Creating a smART Campby: Matthew J. Maurer, Rebecca Tokarsky, and Laura Zalewsky

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The authors developed a smART—science meets art—concept and created a summer camp for seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-grade students that combines art and science to teach about topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics. They also describe how teachers can set up their own smART camps.

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  • on Fri May 10, 2013 12:38 PM

Have you ever wanted to create a summer camp for science? This article is the perfect read for you. The authors and creators of a summer camp around art help reinvigorate curiosity and wonder through science and art. There are helpful suggestions, a list of possible activities that incorporate multiple disciplines in various areas of science. This is a must read to help anyone make the task as easy as possible.

Adah  (San Antonio, TX)
Adah (San Antonio, TX)

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