What course should my teen take if they have never gone to a computer camp?
With small classes and customized curriculum, most courses are appropriate for beginner to advanced students. We recommend that you choose a course that your teen is excited about. With our one-on-one teaching style, instructors can accommodate any experience level so every student can learn at their own pace.
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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 ...
Can I get the recording of my child’s Virtual Tech Camp course?
To protect your child and their classmates’ privacy, we cannot share the videos of our Virtual Tech Camp course lessons.
My child wants to take a course that is listed for a different age group. Can they still sign up for it?
Our age policy is that students must turn the minimum age listed for the course by December 31 of the calendar year. For instance, if your 6 year old is interested in a Virtual Tech Camp listed for ages 7-9, they must turn 7 by December 31, 2021. ...
What are the computer requirements for Semesters?
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: Scratch and VEX Virtual Robotics Creative: ...
I’ve signed up for the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program. What steps do I need to take before the first day of class?
Prior to the start of the course, you will receive an email from Emeritus that contains directions to set up Canvas, MIT’s learning management system. Your child will need to set up a Canvas account in order to participate in the course. These ...