Category Archives: Extra Curricular

U.S. Summer Camps: A Child’s Dream Playground

By Beverly Cole | Published May 19, 2016

Summertime – Few words invoke more happiness in an American child’s heart. Kids love the summer. After nine months of structured learning, being told how to sit and when to […]

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Edutopia’s 6 online resources for teaching kids to code.

By admin | Published July 30, 2015

Is your child a future Bill Gates? Author Matt Davis shares online resources and tips for parents who want to get their kids started on learning computer programming. Introducing computer […]

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Why Americans Love Their Kids in Sports

By Beverly Cole | Published April 27, 2015

Skiing, Tennis, Golf, Tae Kwon Do, Swimming – I am not starting a list of all the sports I can think of in a minute. It’s actually sort of a […]

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Top National Computer Programming Camps in the U.S.

By Haewon Helen Whang | Published April 24, 2015

As a follow up to my interview, “Learn English While Programming Minecraft,” I listed the top national programming and technology camps here: IDTech (multiple locations in the U.S.) IDtech is […]

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Interview with Haewon Helen Whang: Learn English in the Summer While Programming Minecraft

By admin | Published April 7, 2015

Haewon Helen Whang (formerly Chung), is the founder and CEO of English Hound. Helen is also a litigation attorney and she lives in New York with her husband and two […]

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