How are the course materials presented?
There will be a Zoom meeting hosted by the instructor with a small group of students. The instructor will guide the students through a series of customized lessons and provide examples for the students to view while they work through building their own projects. Students will also have access to their iD Game Plan to follow along with their course.
Here’s what else you can expect at Virtual Tech Camps:
All the magic of camp including games, challenges, and legendary iD traditions you can't find anywhere else
Structured, weeklong sessions available in multiple time zones (5 consecutive days, Monday-Friday)
The hottest curriculum in Python, Java, Minecraft, Roblox, Unity, Adobe, 3D modeling, and more
5 students max per instructor, blending personalized learning and time to socialize with new friends
A balanced schedule including 2 hours of live instruction + 2 hours of self-paced project development per day
iD alumni can begin registering as early as November 6. Registration opens to the general public on November 13.
How many students per course?
Our Semester courses will have an average of 5 students per group as part of our iD Small Class Guarantee™. Click here to register for a Semester course.
Is hardware included for this course?
Yes. Your teen’s tuition includes a Novation Launchkey, a powerful MIDI keyboard with customizable knobs and light-touch drum pads. Note: Your teen’s MIDI Keyboard may be shipped after their course start date. Rest assured that it will not be needed ...
Will 1500 Sound Academy faculty be teaching this course?
This course is taught by live iD Tech instructors.
Why does my child need this course?
A survey of U.S. youths revealed that 18% of respondents did not possess fundamental financial skills that are used in everyday life; like budgeting, comparison shopping, and reading invoices (youth.gov). This course will help your child build their ...
Who will be teaching the Computer Science with Java course?
This course is taught by live iD Tech Instructors who specialize in Java, recruited from top universities like Stanford, Caltech, NYU, and Carnegie Mellon.