Summer STEM Camp Goes Virtual: Implementing a Module on Infectious Disease
The Hoosier Science Teacher
Due to the global pandemic of COVID-19, camp and program directors raced to make decisions about summer programming. Traditionally, GSI Summer Camp is a day camp held on a local university campus for four weeks. Despite the disruption caused by the pandemic, the program staff decided to move forward with a seven-week virtual experience for 45 upper elementary, middle, and high school participants. This article presents a description of the implementation of an infectious disease module during a virtual STEM camp.
Original Publication Citation
Morton, C., & Smith-Mutegi, D. (2021). Summer STEM camp goes virtual: Implementing a module on infectious disease. The Hoosier Science Teacher, 44(1), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.14434/thst.v44i101
Smith-Mutegi, Demetrice and Morton, Crystal Hill, "Summer STEM Camp Goes Virtual: Implementing a Module on Infectious Disease" (2021). Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications. 171.