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2017 Global Storytelling Summer Camps Cultural Diplomats. Digital Storytellers.

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2017 Global Storytelling Summer Camps Cultural Diplomats. Digital Storytellers.

Time: July 10, 2017 at 8am to August 18, 2017 at 4pm
Location: Washington
City/Town: DC
Website or Map: https://globalsleepover.com/e…
Event Type: summer, camp, global, learning, technology, storytelling
Organized By: The Global Sleepover
Latest Activity: Apr 27, 2017

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This summer we’re holding Global Storytelling Summer Camps in the Greater Washington, DC area for ages 5-13. Campers become global citizens and create interactive storybooks. Give your child a trip around the world without leaving Washington, DC.

Your child will:

  • Experience in a first-hand manner what it means to be a global citizen;
  • Learn about and be exposed to countries and cultures and people from those cultures;
  • Become more culturally diverse;
  • Participate in projects promoting social justice, empowerment, and multi-culturalism;
  • Take field trips to museums, Embassies, and other iconic locations in the Washington, DC area;
  • Create his/her own digital storybook and become a published author;
  • Develop storytelling and applied writing and reading skills;
  • Develop visual presentation and design skills;
  • Develop STEM programming and app-making logic skills;
  • Learn about illustration and graphic design;
  • Visit computer, virtual reality and 3-d printing labs;
  • Make new friends from different countries
  • Build empathy, empowerment, confidence and social interaction skills;
  • Build life-skills, confidence measures and tools to help with trauma and negative experiences;
  • Learn about cultures;
  • Enjoy time outdoors and physical fitness activities;
  • Receive a Global Sleepover Global Citizenship badge.

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