MoCamps was started in the summer of 2021, teaching six weeks of math, coding, and kungfu to over 30 students. Most students come from across the United States to listen to our lectures over Zoom. By teaching the basics, MoCamp's programs help students determine if they want to go more in-depth into subjects.
For more info on our summer 2023 program, please check the website again in April.
Courses at MoCamps
This course expands on the students’ previous knowledge from the last school year and prepares students for the next. We will go over the basics of the student’s upcoming school year in math to give them a greater understanding and an easy transformation. Common materials we will use are IXL, Khan Academy, and other textbooks.
Introduction to the coding world through scratch.com, a website that allows children to be creative and play with an easier version of code. Secondly, the class will go through the basics of real programming in Java language where we learn about print statements, variables, and loops.
Students will learn the basic stances and forms of Kung Fu, including some self-defense from western and Chinese roots. Some examples are the five stances, five stances form, and Shaolin form.
Don is 17 years old and enjoys Kung Fu, Swimming, Coding, and more. In the upcoming school year, Don will be a senior at Ingelmoor High School. He has been coding for 5 years and has coded an app for his Java IB course in school. Don is very excited to meet the new students.
Emily is 16 years old and is currently a High School junior She has been studying math her whole life and is particularly skilled in Algebra and Pre-Calculus. In addition, she has been teaching kungfu since age 12 and is currently on the USA Kungfu Team. Emily is excited to meet everybody in class!