How do Virtual Tech Camps work?
Our weeklong Virtual Tech Camps run Monday through Friday and feature engaging, live instruction and small-group, collaborative learning. Each day includes a 2 hour lesson plus 2 hours of self-guided project development which can be completed any time of day. During their independent work time, our students have access to curriculum to guide them through additional concepts.
Once registered, 10 days before your session starts we will send you an email to outline how to set up software needed for the course and a link to install Zoom. If you register less than 10 days before the session starts, you will receive this e-mail immediately. If you do not receive an email you can log into My Account and click on “Go Now” next to the line titled “Pre-Session Installation”.
A Zoom link will be emailed to you by noon PT the Sunday before camp starts (email notifications come from firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also find the link in My Account on Sunday afternoon.
To recap, here’s what to expect:
Structured, weeklong sessions available in multiple time zones (5 consecutive days, Monday-Friday)
5 students average 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
All the magic of camp including games, challenges, and legendary iD traditions you can't find anywhere else!
Please feel free to reach out to our Client Services Specialists with any further questions: 1-888-709-8324!
What is the cancellation policy for Virtual Tech Camps and Virtual Tech Academies?
The tuition paid is non-refundable from the time of registration. Changes to your registration can be made up to 72 hours before the start of each Virtual Tech Camp or Virtual Tech Academy session. To make changes to your registration, please ...
What are the computer requirements for Virtual Tech Camps?
For most of our courses, students will need a Windows or Mac computer with audio and video capabilities. If your child will be using a Chromebook, the following courses can be run on Chromebooks: Coding with Scratch and VEX Virtual Robotics Digital ...
What is the age requirement for iD Tech courses?
The age requirement for each iD Tech course is listed in the class description. Kids must be the minimum/ maximum age on the first day of the class.
Where can I find iD Game Plan?
iD Game Plan is available to students for the duration of their Virtual Tech Camp or Semester course up until the final day of the session. All students were provided with a unique URL to access their personal iD Game Plan. If your child forgot the ...
What is included in the micro:bit Expansion Kit?
Along with the micro:bit, our students will receive the following for their Expansion Kit: micro:bit Go Bundle SparkFun gator:bit v2.0 - micro:bit Carrier Board SparkFun gator:starter ProtoSnap Alligator Test Leads - Multicolored (10 Pack) They ...