Summer camps are exciting playgrounds for personal growth, enriching education, and fun social activities that many children and teenagers enjoy. Running a summer camp in a virtual space, however, presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities. A virtual summer program is not able to replicate the experiences of an in-person camp, but that goes both ways.
To learn more about these circumstances, we are going to go over how a virtual summer camp operates.
The benefits of virtual summer programs include the digital games and virtual experiences they can share with friends, the comfort it can bring parents in keeping their children safe, and the focused educational experiences. The structure of a virtual summer camp allows for a steady stream of feedback through online tools, small groups in meeting rooms, and a clearly defined set of written rules and expectations to be referred back to.
The model of these summer programs is still meant to encourage the campers’ enjoyment of games, social experiences, and learning opportunities. Digital platforms allow for video calling, co-op gaming, large-scale learning sessions, and movie streaming.
If you’re looking for more advice on operating a virtual summer program, check out the video we have linked above.