The Blog of Camps Kenwood and Evergreen

What Colleges Want In An Applicant, And How Overnight Camp Can Help!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 6, 2017 4:00:00 PM

There was a very interesting New York Times article last week that has been making the rounds amongst our leadership team. It's titled "What Colleges Want In An Applicant (Everything)". It details the many frustrations of parents and high achieving students as they try to navigate the college admissions process, especially considering how hard it is to discern what truly will help a high school senior stand out. Is it grades? Is it standardized tests or extra-curriculars? How about AP classes and community service projects? The article shows how opaque the process can be, and how varied it is from school to school.

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Topics: 21st century skills, non-cognitive skills, What Colleges Want

Super Fun Camp Evening Activities Teach Important 21st Century Skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jun 28, 2017 12:29:00 AM

As a community our mission is to enrich our campers’ summers with experiences that go beyond just having fun. We try to help them learn to be more creative, more effective leaders, better problem solvers and better at working through adversity. Tonight, during our evening activities, this was on full display.

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Topics: 21st century skills, toilet paper, evening activities, iron chef, counselor hunt

But really, how DO you teach a group of kids to be nice to each other?

Posted by Jason Sebell on May 9, 2017 2:04:00 PM

There are times when I'm talking about our summer camp community that people give me a look that says "but realistically, could your campers really that nice to each other?" Sometimes they even come out and say "just because you tell them to care about the other members of the community doesn't mean they actually do it". During these conversations I wish I could show them moments like I saw yesterday at our New Camper Party in the Boston area. In such a short time we were already seeing how effectively our staff can teach a group of kids be more empathetic. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, new camper party, social and emotional skills, teaching kindness

Scott's keynote on growth mindset to the Chinese camp community

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 3, 2016 1:45:00 PM

As I mentioned earlier in the week, much of the Camp Office team was recently in Beijing. We went to see our returning campers and host a camp reunion, but we were also in China to take part in the 2nd China Camp Education Conference as guest speakers.

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Topics: 21st century skills, camp reunion, beijing, growth mindset

Today at our summer camp it was all about getting to be a rock star

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 30, 2016 10:48:52 PM

More than once this summer I've written that at its core our overnight camp in NH is about taking part in things that you wouldn't normally do at home. It's why our days are filled with jumping off of zip lines, tubing around our beautiful lake, and learning how to make our own furniture (while also playing lots of sports and making a ton of camp friends). This drive to do the exciting and unusual was on display from morning to night today. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, Hollowpallooza, music festival

21st century skills matter when getting a real job in the real world

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 7, 2016 6:00:00 AM

It occurred to me that I didn't write that much about this year's staff training. It being the cornerstone of how we create summers of fun and learning for our campers, I thought that I might want to remedy this.

Starting June 12th each of our coaches, teachers, activity heads and group leaders arrived for two weeks of learning how to be an exceptional child development professional. During their training we offered seminars on every aspect of being a camp counselor, from how to run the most fun and engaging sports and arts activities possible to how to keep each of our campers physically and emotionally safe. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, scott's presentation, 4 dimensions of learning

Fun at overnight camp leads to gaining crucial 21st century skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jun 28, 2016 11:00:00 PM

So here's my favorite story of the day: At breakfast this morning one of our newest, youngest campers from Westchester, NY turned to his counselor and said "I just want to go home". The counselor was completely caught off guard by this, and with a sinking feeling in his chest gingerly asked "what do you mean?" The young man replied "you know, the bunk. Where we live. Can we go back there now? I like it there". 

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Topics: cooking, 21st century skills, gymnastics, fun

Our camp head counselor shows us the importance of 21st century skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jun 19, 2016 11:30:00 PM

Our camp counselors came ready to dance!

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Topics: 21st century skills, courtney chaloff, head counselor, square dancing

Experts recognize summer camps help kids develop 21st century skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 23, 2016 1:30:00 PM

Almost 10 years ago, Scott Brody, the owner/director of our brother-sister summer camp in NH, spotted a growing national trend: some of our education leaders and the heads Fortune 500 companies were starting to speak publicly about a massive skills gap in our young people. In what was a surprise to many, the issue wasn't about our young people's STEM skills, but rather, that our high schools and universities were producing graduates unable to think on their own, lead in a group, or be responsible for their own actions. They were lacking in the sort of soft skills that are crucial in today's workplaces: the ability to effectively communicate, to work well with others, to think creatively, and to be positve leaders. These traits were eventually gathered together under a single heading and given the name 21st century skills, with educators and CEO's identifying them as the necessary skills and dispositions young people will need to succeed in the 21st century global economy. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, youth today magazine

Why Overnight Camp Is So Incredible At Helping Children Grow

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 10, 2016 1:59:41 PM

Every now and then I read an article and say to myself "why did I not think to write that?!" Today was one of those days. In today's Boston Parents Paper Lucy Norvell published a piece called "Here’s why you can sleep soundly while your kid’s at a sleepaway camp". As I read each paragraph I kept saying outloud at my desk "she gets it! This brilliant woman gets it!"

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Topics: 21st century skills, lucy norwell, what keeps parents up at night, helping children grow

Friends from our brother-sister summer camp are everywhere!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 2, 2016 1:30:00 PM

When you are a part of our summer camp community, your camp friends are everywhere! No matter where you go there's a good chance you'll see a friend you made during your 7 weeks at our brother-sister summer camp in NH. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, camp friends, fishers, leventhals

The crucial 8 life skills that our summer camp in NH teaches you!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jan 28, 2016 1:30:00 PM

I saw this really interesting article on earlier this week. It was written by Julie Lythcott-Haims, former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University. For more than a decade she watched incredibly bright, accomplished young people arrive utterly unprepared for life outside of their nurturing homes. She saw some of our best former high school students go on to completely fail at college because of their lack of independence, resilience, and other 21st century skills. Based on her breadth of experience, she suggested that there are 8 life skills that all young people should have as they leave home and enter college: 

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Topics: 21st century skills, 8 life skills

A camp counselor’s grilling clinic teaches 21st century skills at camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Nov 23, 2015 9:09:00 AM

Being away from home and at summer camp for 7 weeks teaches you a lot of life skills. Simply by being away from your parent(s) you become more independent, more resilient, and more responsible for your own life. One of our long-time camp counselors recently wrote this essay about how he uses something as simple as a gas grill and a box of hamburger patties to bond with his 12-year-old campers, and help teach them some important 21st century skills.

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Topics: 21st century skills, Grilling, teaching 21st century skills at camp

NPR talks about our summer camp as the place to gain 21st century skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Aug 20, 2015 10:00:00 AM

Over the past few years Scott and I have written a lot about how our summer camp in NH is an amazing place for children to develop their 21st century skills. It's a core component of what we teach during our 7-week camp season. Like all summer camps we want our children to have fun and to make life-long friendships, but we also want them to return home having grown as leaders, as critical thinkers, and as innovators. We want them to experience the challenges of living away from home as opportunities to be more independent and resilient young people. We want them not just to play on traveling sports teams or perform in a musical but gain insight into how to collaborate with others on shared goals. These are the skills that will help our children to be truly college and career ready, and will give them the tools and talents to lead fulfilling lives. They are the essential skills of tomorrow's workforce

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Topics: 21st century skills, npr

Our brother-sister summer camp's fabulous Color War

Posted by Jason Sebell on Aug 10, 2015 1:08:00 AM

You may have noticed that there was no blog yesterday. Sadly, as Color War broke out for each of our brother-sister summer camps I was starting to not feel very well. I ended up needing to recoup for a while. Thankfully, I'm back and on my way to 100%. I also have two videos to post today. I hope that you enjoy them both!

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Topics: color war, 21st century skills, zev deutchman

When it rains our camp counselors host a raging dance party

Posted by Jason Sebell on Aug 4, 2015 2:43:00 AM

Earlier in the summer I used our blog to answer an important question: so what do you guys do at your overnight camp when it rains? The short answer is that in the absence of thunder and lightning we play outside, and it's fabulous fun. But there are moments in the summer when the sky rumbles off in the distance, and we have a totally different set of protocols. Tonight was one of those nights, and it helped us have a fantastic, memorable evening. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, gluten free, menu, rainbow, rain, kyla

A chance to be your best self, and be a total rock star at summer camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Aug 2, 2015 3:27:00 AM

I've written more than once this summer that at its core our overnight camp in NH is about helping our campers be their best selves. That was evident in just about every moment of today. This was our 5th Saturday of the summer, which is when we host our annual music festival called Hollowpallooza. It's one of our camp's most popular special events. For many reasons this is one night that I will remember for years to come.

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Topics: 21st century skills, Hollowpallooza

Developing 21st century skills leads to lots of tournament wins!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 29, 2015 2:46:00 AM

Let’s be real: winning is usually more fun than losing. Our campers participate in a whole lot of traveling team sports tournaments during the summer, and it would be great if they won every single game and match, but that’s not particularly realistic. We often play in tournaments with seven or eight camps, and one can reasonably assume that while we will win some we’ll lose some others.

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Topics: ultimate frisbee, 21st century skills, sports tournaments, soccer tom

Amazing evening activities at our brother-sister summer camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 21, 2015 2:12:00 AM

I spent a lot of my day asking campers questions about their summers. It helps give me lots of individual data points about life here, and also helps me gets a sense of how the entire community feels about life at our brother-sister overnight camp. This year one of the responses I have heard most often it “the evening activities are amazing!” As a camp director, that makes me really happy.

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Topics: hobby night, 21st century skills, evening activities

It's Big Weekend, a favorite special event at our overnight camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 19, 2015 2:37:00 AM

On this 4th Saturday of the summer our brother-sister summer camps slept in. We like to let our campers and counselors recharge their batteries on the weekend, so everyone slept an hour late.

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Topics: 21st century skills, rope burning, special event, big weekend

Outdoor adventures, team sports and 21st century skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 14, 2015 2:18:00 AM

After a great weekend of a Spirit Day Intercamp competition and an amazing Oddlympics today it was time to get back to our regular schedule. We awoke to a breathtakingly beautiful morning at our overnight camp in NH. Just after breakfast we had Evergreen girls leaving for an all day lacrosse tournament and a swim meet. As they boarded the bus they were all a buzz with talk about the fun they were going to have today playing team sports against other camps. Kenwood's 12 and Under Baseball team played their second game of the summer as well. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, lip sync contest

Supportive camp friends help you to be your best self

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 10, 2015 3:08:00 AM

There are many things that I love about life at our 7-week overnight camp in NH. I love how no two days are ever the same. I love the kindness that our campers and counselors show each other. I love how hard people try at activities, and simultaneously how much fun they have at them. I love the sound that the frogs make on the lake at night. At the top of my list of things that I love here is how utterly committed everyone is to being their best self, and helping their camp friends achieve real happiness. Almost immediately after stepping off of the Opening Day buses campers and counselors internalize that this is a place where you can be totally comfortable being who you are. People find their silly side, or that they are a leader ways that they never knew before. They discovered that they love a team sport or artistic endeavor that they never even considered trying before. They find that they are stronger, more resilient than they ever had a chance to be while living in the comfort of their home. And as they discover all of this they begin to be more supportive and encouraging of their camp friends. 

This freedom to discover more of who you are leads to a lack of self-consciousness, which in turn leads to real, sustained happiness. It also helps our kids succeed in ways that they never thought possible. I'll share some examples just from today.

I started my morning at this Evergreen Junior Soccer period. A number of these girls play on competitive teams at home, but just as many do not. Their coach had them involved in this great drill where groups of 3 had to pass the ball from one end of the field to the other, and then try to score on her (the coach was in goal). Some of the teams completed the task quickly, while others struggled to maintain control of the ball, or shoot cleanly on goal. What did our girls who had finished first do with that free time? They stood to the side and cheered on their friends. Relentlessly. And when each group had completed the task, they took a break (not for water or rest) but to do a silly dance. How often in life do you see a group of 12-year old girls behave so supportively, while not worrying about their place in some social hierarchy?  

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Topics: 21st century skills, paddle boarding, jell-o wrestling, magic cards, best self, camper hunt

A fun, gorgeous day of activities and adventures at our overnight camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 8, 2015 3:01:00 AM

It was a really fun, gorgeous day at our overnight camp in New Hampshire today. Or, at least, it was gorgeous for most of the day. Wherever I walked around campers were having a fantastic time at our activities. In the wood shop our Freshman boys had decided that they wanted to create wooden boats. Counselor Mike showed them a template and how to use it to measure the necessary pieces of wood. Then they spent the period cutting and sanding each piece. This is a long-term project that they are all really excited about. Once completed they plan to have a race down at the water front! 

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Topics: ultimate frisbee, 21st century skills, tournaments, minute to win it, arts and crafts, wood shop, rock band, soccer, dance, softball

Camp bunk meetings teach leadership, collaboration and problem solving

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jul 6, 2015 9:11:15 AM

Sunday's are an important day at our brother-sister overnight camp. After recharging our batteries by sleeping a little late, our campers then spend the morning working together in their cabins. First, everyone changes their sheets, and then we hold bunk meetings. These meetings are a time for each person living in the bunk to share their thoughts on the week. Our counselors, who have been trained to facilitate these conversations, asked each camper their opinion on the week. They used phrasing that hangs all around our community: What Went Well...Even Better If. The idea behind this is to help them frame their thoughts constructively, either identifiying what went well this week (so that it can continue) or articulating that something would be even better if it changed in a particular way. As a summer camp that teaches children 21st century skills like collaboration, effective communication and creative problem solving, these meetings are at the core of how we help our children learn and grow.

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Topics: 21st century skills, Adaptability, collaboration, leadership, counselor meeting, gold rush

The Start of Camp Staff Training for the Summer of 2015

Posted by Jason Sebell on May 18, 2015 2:03:00 PM

While Camp doesn't officially start until June 27th, for us the summer of 2015 began this past weekend with our two incredible camp events: the Junior Counselor Training Weekend, and our New Camper Party in Westchester, NY. Both are designed to help our community members prepare for a new adventure, and decrease any nervousness that they might have about their upcoming trip to Wilmot, NH in June. More on the New Camper Party later in the week, but today and tomorrow I'll be writing about the JC Weekend. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, favorite staff training tradition, camp staff training, jc weekend

Scott speaks at the Massachusetts State House about Child Development

Posted by Jason Sebell on May 14, 2015 3:10:48 PM

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Topics: 21st century skills, child development, state house

Help For First Time Campers: The Official Camps K&E Encyclopedia

Posted by Jason Sebell on Mar 30, 2015 2:08:00 PM

Camp is less than 90 days away, and we just could not be more excited. Invitations for the May 17th New Camper Party in New Rochelle will be going out later this week, and the phones are ringing every day with new parents calling with really good, important questions about this summer. Just a reminder, in the past few weeks we have posted these blogs designed to help our newest campers and parents know the in's and out's of life at our brother-sister summer camp in New Hampshire. If you have not yet shared these with your new camper please consider doing so this week, as each of them has been designed to help them feel more prepared -- and less anxious -- for their upcoming summer adventure. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, for parents, camp encyclopedia

Scott's Presentation About 21st Century Skills To Camp Directors

Posted by Jason Sebell on Mar 25, 2015 2:08:00 PM

As you may have read in Monday's blog, the Camp Office was at the Tri-State Camp Conference in Atlantic City last week. Tri-State is the largest annual gathering of summer camp professionals in the world. It brings together speakers and thought leaders from the camp industry, academia, and the private and public sectors, for the purpose of sharing the latest ideas on everything from child development to programming to how best train and supervise staff. It's quite an event. 
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Topics: 21st century skills, p21, scott's presentation

Our 8th Annual Film Festival at our Summer Camp in New Hampshire

Posted by Jason Sebell on Mar 12, 2015 2:00:00 PM

It's almost time! The start of the summer of 2015 is just over 100 days away, and we cannot wait. We have so many exciting plans for this summer, and will be sharing many of them in this blog over the coming weeks.

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Topics: 21st century skills, film making, film festival, Zylbie

Announcing Our New Free Play Sports Clinics & Artistic Master Classes!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 27, 2015 2:04:00 PM

In yesterday’s blog I wrote about what is, for most of our campers, the most popular time of each camp day: Free Play. As the name implies, it’s a daily block of time when campers are able to choose just about anything we offer in our program, from team and individual sports to visual and performing arts to hanging out with friends and counselors. It’s an amazing time in each Camp day for having fun, pursuing your passions, and learning to how use free time. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, free play, sports clinics, artistic master classes

Why Free Play Is Our Campers' Favorite Time Of The Day

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 26, 2015 2:03:00 PM

I’ve written before in this blog about how popular and important Free Play time is in our camp community. Every night of the summer, directly after dinner, campers have over an hour to do something rare in modern childhood: whatever they want. Some campers use this time to practice a sport, while others work on completing an art project. Many others use the time to sit with friends on one of our beautiful grassy areas to talk, giggle, play a card game, roll down a hill, and enjoy each other’s company. Each night you can hear campers using their Free Play time to jam in the music building, play some gaga ball, kick a soccer ball around, cut and drill lumber in the wood shop, or just hang out with friends and counselors.

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Topics: 21st century skills, structured choice, free play

The Silly String Castle Siege Game For Teaching 21st Century Skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 20, 2015 2:00:00 PM

We had a whole lot of kids at our house last night for a sleepover, and we decided to try out a new activity that I've been working on for Camp for this summer. My goal was to make a game that was a ton of silly fun, unlike anything our kids had participated in before, and something that actually helped them work on developing their 21st century skills (vital skills like creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and leadership). I call this game "Silly String Castle Siege". 

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Topics: 21st century skills, new ideas, silly string castle siege, silly string

Helping Kids Reframe Tough Moments For Social And Emotional Growth

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 18, 2015 3:44:47 PM

It’s vacation week here in MA, and yesterday morning I picked my kids up from a sleepover at a friend’s house. When I asked my youngest how it went he waivered, and then said in a defeated tone “not good”. Now I know my youngest very well, and I’ve learned over time that there are always important nuances to understanding how he experienced a moment. As child development expert Dr. Michael Thompson has written about, as a concerned parent it's all too easy to "interview for pain" in a moment like this, and immediately have heard my child's discomfort as a chance to become alarmed. So fighting the intense urge to freak out and rescue him I responded with “Tell me more, buddy…” Here’s as close to a verbatim transcript as I can come up with, having been driving when it took place:

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Topics: 21st century skills, sleepover, reframing

Teaching Lacrosse and 21st Century Skills at Our Camp in New Hampshire

Posted by Jason Sebell on Feb 3, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Every summer parents and campers tell us that our counselors are part of what makes our overnight camp such an incredible experience. In particular, they mention the teaching and coaching of our specialty counselors. Specialty counselors run and coach sports activities, teach visual and performing arts, and instruct at our waterfront and outdoor adventure areas. Each fall and winter members of our administrative team travel throughout the United States and across the world interviewing adults who understand how to teach their activity area to Kenwood and Evergreen’s campers, while also helping our children gain technical proficiency in vital 21st century skills – skills like critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, creativity, resilience, and collaboration. 

In recent blogs I've written profiles about our heads of Tennis, Basketball, Soccer, Ropes, Film Making, Ceramics, Music and more. This week it is my pleasure to introduce you to Sarah Valacer, the head of our Girls' Lacrosse program. Sarah is a deeply dedicated member of our team, and we are so fortunate to have her as a part of our Camp family. Below are Sarah's thoughts on working in our intentional summer camp environment, and how she uses lacrosse as a tool for teaching 21st century skills to our campers. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, summer camp in new hampshire, sarah valacer, lacrosse

Snow Day Puzzles and Superbowl Bingo Cards

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jan 29, 2015 2:35:27 PM

I love how much fun our summer camp in NH has together, even when we are hundreds of miles a part. With the start of Camp 150 days away, and with a massive snowstorm bearing down on much of the northeast, many of our campers, parents, counselors and alumni spent Tuesday connecting with us online for some virtual snow day fun.

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Topics: 21st century skills, snow day, bingo cards

The 21st Century Skills You Gain Learning To Swim At Summer Camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jan 27, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Over the past few months I have been profiling some of our very talented coaches and teachers at our summer camp in New Hampshire. Our staff do an incredible job simultaneously teaching both the hard skills -- like how to swim the front crawl, throw a fast ball or build your own furniture in our wood shop -- and vital non-cognitive soft skills like adaptability, critical thinking, and resilience. To understand our summer camp you really need to understand how they foster such incredible outcomes. If you missed any of them, here are some of the more recent staff profiles:

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Topics: 21st century skills, caitlin cochrane, swimming

Using Music to Teach 21st Century Skills At Summer Camp

Posted by Jason Sebell on Jan 13, 2015 3:50:00 PM

On Tuesdays we like to profile our summer camp’s talented coaches and teachers. During our 7-week program each summer they not only help our campers acquire new activity skills (e.g., learning to catch and throw a baseball; fashioning a dovetail in the wood shop; becoming a better point guard), but also help them further develop their non-cognitive/21st century skills. These skills include creativity, follow through, leadership, independence, effective communication, problem solving, and the ability to collaborate in groups. Our summer camp in New Hampshire focuses on teaching these skills because business leaders and researchers across the globe recognize them as the key character traits young people will need to become leaders and innovators in the 21st century. 

So how exactly do we teach children to not give up on a task, and instead be resilient? What do our counselors do each day to help our campers learn to be creative thinkers and self-directed problem solvers? Over the past few months I have shared in this blog some of the teaching methods that our amazing specialty staff use to create these important outcomes.

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Topics: 21st century skills, james manigley, coaches and teachers

The Art of Film Making At Our Summer Camp For 21st Century Skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Dec 23, 2014 11:05:00 AM

For much of the fall I have been using my Tuesday blogs to profile some of our talented coaching and teaching staff. In particular, I have highlighted some of the methods that they use to teach both the technical skills of their activity areas, along with 21st century skills like critical thinking, adaptability, and creativity. Here are some of my more recent Tuesday posts:
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Topics: Summer Camp For 21st Century Skills, 21st century skills, film making

Scott’s Trip To China To Learn More About Teaching Non-Cognitive Skills

Posted by Jason Sebell on Dec 18, 2014 2:33:38 PM

As I promised in yesterday’s blog, today I will elaborate on the second aspect of Scott’s trip to China. Yesterday, he spoke at Beijing Academy about the importance of young people becoming more educated in 21st century skills (also called "non-cognitive skills). Beijin Academy is the leading new education reform focused school in all of China. Scott was not the only speaker featured at this incredible event. The list included Richard Elmore from Harvard University (a leading expert in education policy and research), Ron Beghetto from the University of Connecticut (considered by some to be the leading expert in the US on creativity), Yong Zhao (professor at the University of Oregon, and the world’s leading expert on education in China), and education thought leaders from the UK and Australia. As Scott said to me when we were chatting this morning “it was pretty surreal to share a stage with them”. 

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Topics: 21st century skills, non-cognitive skills, p21

21st Century Skills At Camp Is Now A Global Idea!

Posted by Jason Sebell on Dec 17, 2014 2:00:00 PM

Many of you may not know that Scott is in China right now. Less than 24 hours after the Boston Area Camp Reunion he hopped on a plane and flew about 20 hours to Beijing. So what is he doing there? He’s working on a couple of very exciting projects. First, and most importantly, he’s actually visiting the campers and families in China who joined our camp family in 2014.

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Topics: 21st century skills, china

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