May 30, 2012
Canisius for Kids (C4K) is an interdisciplinary camp for kids promoting the use of creative-thinking skills. Open to all Buffalo-area students entering grades 4-8, this camp pairs certified teachers trained in differentiated instruction with students looking for rich, engaging activities that integrate art, music, and technology with math, science, history and language arts.
This year’s theme focuses on something we all have in common: the city of Buffalo itself. Through numerous modules and experiences, students will explore the past, present, and future of Buffalo.
The camp is sponsored by Canisius College, and staffed by faculty and students of the college’s Differentiated Instruction Master’s Program. For more information, and to register, go to Canisius4Kids.edublogs.org.
Submitted by: Kara M. Schwabel, director, differentiated instruction