Teachers and Schools
Q1: What time does Math Camp with students in K-12 schools start and end?
A1: Math Camp runs from 9 am to 4 pm for the students, but Math Camp leaders will need access to the building from 6:30 am to 5 pm.
Q2: How much does Math Camp cost the school?
A2: Math Camp costs the school $1500 to cover material expenses, development, training, technologies, food, and beverages.
Q1: How much does it cost to participate in training via Collegiate Camp?
A1: It is absolutely FREE for pre-service teachers to attend Collegiate Training Camp.
Q2: Who is required to attend Collegiate Camp?
A2: Middle Childhood majors specializing in mathematics and Adolescent/ Young Adult Integrated Mathematics Education majors are required, but all other majors are welcome to join!
Q3: What should I bring to Collegiate Camp?
A3: We strongly advise you to bring an air mattress or other soft, cushioned surface to serve as a bed for the evening that you will be staying overnight at Math Camp. This is different from Math Camps with schools, which are one-day events as listed above.
Q4: How do the spring Math Camps differ from Collegiate Camp?
A4: Collegiate Camp does not involve K-12 students, and instead serves as a training for pre-service teachers who will lead future Math Camps. Later, the Math Camps serve elementary or middle school-aged students from various schools in the surrounding area. BGSU pre-service educators are the volunteers who take on teacher roles as they lead campers throughout Math Camp.