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Continuing Education: Summer 2014
Continuing Education : Summer 2014

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COURSE TITLE CR ENRL ROOM LOCATION TIME DAY INSTR FEES

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CE0100  ITU1
Private Computer Lessons I 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $200.00
06/02/14-08/08/14
Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, please bring a notebook and pen.
 
CE0100  ITU4
Private Computer Lessons II 0.00 3/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $100.00
Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, please bring a notebook and pen.
 
CE0100  ITW21
Excel Level 2 0.00 3/20 ECWA_E11 ECC-Washington 06:00PM-09:00PM W Rieger,J $105.00
06/04/14-07/02/14
The advanced features of Excel will be explored in this course. Through lectures, demonstrations, textbook exercises and hands on experience the student will learn how to manage large worksheets and workbooks, graphics, tables, and templates. Textbook available at the ECC bookstore. Prerequisite: Intro to Excel or permission from instructor.
 
CE0100  MUU5
Guitar Lessons 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $150.00
06/02/14-08/06/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take Guitar lessons. No matter what your age, students can get 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as the experienced musician are welcome. Learning to play a guitar requires an investment of time. It is fun and intrinsically rewarding. While studying the guitar, you will achieve a balance between hard work and fun. Instruction will be by East Central College music majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd, and will be held on the Union campus.
 
CE0100  MUU7
Piano Lessons 0.00 3/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $150.00
06/02/14-08/06/14
This is a great opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to take music lessons. Instruction will be available on a variety of musical instruments. No matter what age, students can receive 10 private 30-minute lessons for an incredible price. Beginners as well as experienced musicians are welcome. Instruction provided by East Central College Music Majors coordinated by Dr. Jennifer Judd, and will be held at the Union campus.
 
CE0100  PL1
Private Lessons 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $100.00
06/02/14-08/08/14
Private Lessons Progress at your own pace. Fully customize your lessons to match your specific needs and aid with any disabilities. You can choose the frequency of your lessons and eliminate any concerns of falling behind that you would in a class setting. You are able to ask questions during your private lesson without feeling intimidated by other students. No prerequisites. Absolute beginners are welcome. No book required, please bring a notebook and pen.
 
CE0100  WEB1
I.S. Online Ed2go 0.00 7/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $89.00
05/15/14-08/31/15
CE0200  CMTU1
9296
Math Review for CMT 0.00 5/20 ECTC_112 Main Campus 01:00PM-04:00PM MWF Warmack,T
07/14/14-07/25/14
This math review workshop is designed to be a quick review of the math series required to successfully pass the TABE test. This class is restricted to CMT students.
 
CE0200  CMTU2
Insulin Administration 0.00 3/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 10:00AM-02:00PM TH Warmack,T $50.00
06/05/14-06/05/14
This one session seminar will present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and treatment and will teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify students to perform this procedure in long-term care facilities in Missouri. The course consists of 4 hours of instruction and includes a written final and practicum examination under the direct supervision of an instructor. This class is for Missouri Certified Medication Technicians only.
 
CE0200  CMTU3
Certified Med Tech (CMT) 0.00 6/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 11:00AM-05:30PM TTH Warmack,T $750.00
07/29/14-09/16/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to become a Certified Medication Technician. This program meets the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services requirement to take the state exam. The student must be a working CNA for 6 months. In addition to the classroom work the student will experience 8-16 hours of job shadowing with a licensed RN, LPN, or CMT and 8 hours of clinical practice. Upon completion of both classroom and clinical components, the student will be eligible to take the Missouri state exam to become a licensed CMT. This program is entirely funded by the Missouri Health Wins grant to eligible students. Students must be employed in a long-term care facility in ECC's service region. Entry into program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  CMTU4
Insulin Administration 0.00 0/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 01:30PM-05:30PM T Warmack,T $50.00
09/16/14-09/16/14
This one session seminar will present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and treatment and will teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify students to perform this procedure in long-term care facilities in Missouri. The course consists of 4 hours of instruction and includes a written final and practicum examination under the direct supervision of an instructor. This class is for Missouri Certified Medication Technicians only.
 
CE0200  CNAO3
CNA Challenge 0.00 1/20 ARR_ARR 07:30AM-10:00AM Warmack,T $125.00
05/08/14-07/31/14
Individuals who meet special criteria are not required to take the entire certified nurse assistant course but rather will be allowed to take just the final examination (written and practical) to become a CNA in Missouri. Individuals must have approval from Department of Health and Senior Services and register with ECC Center for Workforce Development. Student must complete CWD Information packet.
 
CE0200  CNAU1
Hybrid Certified Nursing Asst 0.00 12/25 HS_138 Main Campus 09:00AM-03:30PM MF Warmack,T $1525.00
07/11/14-09/20/14
This program is designed to prepare individuals to care for clients in long-term care facilities, hospitals, and home health agencies. The course will consist of approximately 50 hours of classroom training, approximately 25 hours of on-line coursework, and 100 hours of supervised clinical training. Upon completion of both components, the student will be eligible to take the final exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant through the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Students must be 18 years of age at the start of the program. Student must complete program information packet before registering. Entry into program must be approved by Program Coordinator.
 
CE0200  OTHU1
Substitute Teacher Wkshp 0.00 4/25 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:00PM-09:00PM W Rieger,J $60.00
08/06/14-08/06/14
Regardless of whether or not you are certified to teach, you can become an expert in substitute teaching. This workshop is designed to give participants techniques, skills, and materials to be more effective in the classroom. Topics to be covered include legal aspects of substituting, basic school information, classroom management, teaching strategies, fillers, and much more.
 
CE0500  CA06
Childcare Aware-Planning Exp 0.00 1/20 ARRANGED Rieger,J $10.00
Childcare Aware - Planning Experiences for Children
 
CE0500  CA07
Childcare Aware-Discover 0.00 1/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $10.00
Childcare Aware - Discover, Create & Explore
 
CE0500  CA08
Childcare Aware-Guiding Behav 0.00 1/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $10.00
Childcare Aware - Guiding Children's Behavior
 
CE0500  CA09
Childcare Aware-Understanding 0.00 1/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $10.00
Understanding the Whole Child
 
CE0500  CA10
Childcare Aware-Individual 0.00 1/30 ARRANGED Rieger,J $10.00
Childcare Aware - Providing Individual Guidance to Youth
 
CE0600  ARTU1
9290
Artist Residence-Watercolor 0.00 10/20 AC_201 Main Campus 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/23/14-06/26/14
"Art is the only way to run away without leaving home." (Twyla Tharpe) This camp makes watercolors fun and easy and focuses on completing several small special watercolor paintings your kids will love! New techniques are learned in this fast-paced creative experience. No experience required! things from life and your imagination. Use bold brushstrokes, colors and textures and your paintings will jump off the page! Instructor Jane Ann Emig has taught Watercolor for years and her students say that they learned a lot and had fun! Limited seating. All class materials provided. Ages 8 to 12
 
CE0600  ARU3
Black & White & Messy 0.00 3/20 AC_203 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
07/07/14-07/10/14
Paper mache is an age old technique that dates back to ancient China. It is flexible media that uses paper and glue to create interesting sculpture shapes such as masks and bowls. These creations can be shaped to please the artist and can be painted in a variety of colors. This can be very messy so please dress appropriately!.
 
CE0600  CEU4
How to Start Your Own Busines 0.00 9/20 MP_203 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/23/14-06/26/14
The lemonade stand has been a simple rite of passage for generations of children. Many kids now days have taken it to a new level. As part of a four-day entrepreneurial camp, kids in fifth through eighth grade will learn the basics of running a successful business. The kids will put what they've learn to use by designing, marketing and creating their own product. This is a wonderful way for the kids to learn the basic building blocks of starting a business from one of ECC's Business instructors. Parents will need to sign a technology usage form. On the final day of camp, we will have a pizza party and campers will take home any earned profits from this camp
 
CE0600  CEW2
9179
Challenging Robotics 0.00 5/10 ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/23/14-06/26/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch, sound . Our students work with the LEGOR Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics irresistibly FUN. You must be at least 12 years old to come to this camp.
 
CE0600  CEW22
Great Robotics I 0.00 5/20 ECWA_ECWA ECC-Washington 01:00PM-03:30PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
07/14/14-07/17/14
CE0600  CEW3
1672
Great Robotics 0.00 FULL ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
07/14/14-07/17/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch, sound . Our students work with the LEGOR Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics irresistibly FUN. You must be at least 9 years old to come to this camp.
 
CE0600  CEW4
9292
Great Robotics 0.00 FULL ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/16/14-06/19/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch, sound . Our students work with the LEGOR Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics irresistibly FUN. You must be at least 9 years old to come to this camp.
 
CE0600  CEW5
Challenging Robotics 0.00 FULL ECWA_E9 ECC-Washington 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
07/21/14-07/24/14
Students will have an awesome time building robots that can navigate obstacle courses and respond to a multitude of sensors, including motion, touch, sound . Our students work with the LEGOR Mindstorms base kit to master the programming of basic movements, and then progress to more difficult challenges. Our goal is to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics irresistibly FUN. You must be at least 12 years old to come to this camp.
 
CE0600  CEW6
Great Robotics 0.00 10/20 ECWA_TBA ECC-Washington 01:30PM-04:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/23/14-06/26/14
CE0600  FAMU1
Hiking 101 0.00 4/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 06:00PM-08:00PM TTH Rieger,J $40.00
06/24/14-06/26/14
This course will cover everything the family or individual needs to know to have a safe and enjoyable hike. Topics will include trip planning, appropriate clothing, footwear, basic route finding, where to hike locally, and lots of safety tips. Everyone who ventures into the woods and hills needs this course. By being prepared for all eventualities you can have a safe and enjoyable time in the outdoors. The second session will be at a local trail head for a short family appropriate hike. You can register one family (2 parents,2 children) or as an individual for the same price. Taught by the Alpine Shop Hiking Experts.
 
CE0600  FAMW1
You Deserve a Good Paddling! 0.00 2/20 ECWA_LIONLAKE ECC-Washington 06:00PM-08:00PM W Rieger,J $75.00
06/11/14-06/11/14
Kayaking can be a family sport so parents are encouraged to join their teenager to learn how to kayak from ACA certified instructors. No experience is necessary. Campers will get wet so participants must know how to swin and should dress accordingly. After two hours on the water, attendees will have learned the fundamentals of kayaking including basic strokes, how to enter and exit the boat and safety skills. All participants will be required to sign a liability release form. All equipment (kayaks, paddles, floatation vests) will be provided by the Alpine Shop in Kirkwood. For ages 15 and older.
 
CE0600  FINW1
More Than Money 0.00 11/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 09:00AM-12:00PM MTW Rieger,J $10.00
07/07/14-07/09/14
What good is earning money if young people aren't taught how to save, spend, and share it? This program instills these essential skills in students and shows them how entrepreneurial thinking and financial savvy can transform an idea into a business that can generate jobs and wealth for themselves and their communities. The program will be led by industry experts from Bank of Franklin County, a community owned, federally insured bank. Students will have opportunities to receive prizes throughout the week. Daily snacks will be provided. "More than Money" is sponsored by Bank of Franklin County and Junior Achievement
 
CE0600  FIU1
Hippity Hop Dance 0.00 4/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 10:00AM-11:30AM MTWTH Rieger,J $50.00
06/16/14-06/19/14
Does your little one want to dance like the big kids? This camp provides the best of both worlds. The camp is full of Pure Energetic Fun! Dancers develop coordination, rhythm and body awareness through simple choreography that targets skills that are at the appropriate developmental level for preschoolers. It's all set to age appropriate fun and funky music. The camp is for Movers and Shakers of either gender ? so, take a break relax while your child lets loose moving to the beat. Parents are invited to a "small" performance during the last half of the camp on Thursday. Snacks and a snack break will be provided. Please dress your kids in loose, easy fitting clothing and tennis shoes.
 
CE0600  FIU2
9180
Hip Hop Dance 0.00 7/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 10:00AM-11:30AM MTWTH Rieger,J $50.00
07/14/14-07/17/14
Learn the latest Hip Hop moves!!! Step into the spotlight and ?bustamove?? Groove with your buddies? Or just perfect your favorite dance moves. Using age appropriate music, your camper will be grooving to da beat in the this high energy camp. A short performance will be offered Thursday for family. Please dress in loose comfortable clothing and sneakers.
 
CE0600  FIU3
9305
Dribble, Shoot, Score! 0.00 7/20 MP_GYM Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/16/14-06/19/14
This skill-development camp is designed to teach basketball fundamentals to boys and girls. Each participant will receive expert instruction on basketball fundamentals (shooting, ball-handling, passing, rebounding, defense, and team concepts). All campers will also receive a progress report, awards, and basketball improvement tips. Enrollment is limited, so please register early. Grades K - 6
 
CE0600  FIU4
Dribble, Shoot, Score! 0.00 6/20 MP_GYM Main Campus 12:00PM-02:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $75.00
06/16/14-06/19/14
This skill-development camp is designed to teach basketball fundamentals to boys and girls. Each participant will receive expert instruction on basketball fundamentals (shooting, ball-handling, passing, rebounding, defense, and team concepts). All campers will also receive a progress report, awards, and basketball improvement tips. Enrollment is limited, so please register early. Grades 7th and up
 
CE0600  FLU1
Spanish Fun! 0.00 5/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 09:30AM-11:30AM MTWTHF Rieger,J $65.00
06/09/14-06/13/14
Your child can speak a second language! In this course, students will learn Spanish basics including: numbers, colors, the alphabet, body parts and more. There are lots of fun games to play and songs to sing to help us learn this popular and useful language. You will be amazed at how much your child learns in one week! This course is taught by a certified Spanish teacher and experienced summer camp counselor, Rachel Gassner. Ages: 5-8
 
CE0600  HLU1
9181
Clowns and Balloonatics 0.00 4/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $85.00
06/23/14-06/26/14
Kids LOVE balloon twisting. Campers learn to twist lots of different balloon animals and shapes, which they can take home to proudly show off each day. Have you ever seen a helicopter balloon? How about a rocket balloon? Then, the goofy side of your child is explored! One of the few times, your child will be encouraged to clown around at "school". On Thursday campers will have fun playing with water balloons, dress appropriately!. With all of these fun activities-balloon making, novelty balloons, water balloons, clown routines and skits -a really fun camp experience awaits!
 
CE0600  HLU5
Are You Katniss or Robin Hood 0.00 15/20 ECTC_LOB Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM W Rieger,J $10.00
06/25/14-06/25/14
A lifetime sport is any recreational activity that can be practiced throughout a person's life. One of the best lifetime sports for anyone, regardless of age, gender, physical stature is archery. Since archery is so widely accessible, it attracts people from all walks of life, making it an incredibly social way to get exercise. Learning to shoot a bow and arrow properly is important for success and can be accomplished by anyone. Please don't bring your own equipment, the Missouri Dept. of Conservation is providing everything needed for the camp. You must be at least 10 years old to attend. Missouri Dept. of Conservation teaches this course for free. The nominal registration fee is intended to cover administrative costs. Please call Jeri at 636-584-6529 if you have any questions regarding these costs.
 
CE0600  HLU6
Are You Katniss or Robin Hood 0.00 16/20 ECTC_LOB Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM TH Rieger,J $10.00
06/26/14-06/26/14
A lifetime sport is any recreational activity that can be practiced throughout a person's life. One of the best lifetime sports for anyone, regardless of age, gender, physical stature is archery. Since archery is so widely accessible, it attracts people from all walks of life, making it an incredibly social way to get exercise. Learning to shoot a bow and arrow properly is important for success and can be accomplished by anyone. Please don't bring your own equipment, the Missouri Dept. of Conservation is providing everything needed for the camp. You must be at least 10 years old to attend. Missouri Dept. of Conservation teaches this course for free. The nominal registration fee is intended to cover administrative costs. Please call Jeri at 636-584-6529 if you have any questions regarding these costs.
 
CE0600  HLW1
9182
Sew Much Fun 0.00 6/20 ECWA_119 ECC-Washington 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $100.00
06/16/14-06/19/14
Each camper will need to bring a standard (not toy) sewing machine; white, machine sewing thread; bobbins; and sharp, fabric shears. A sewing kit of fabrics, elastic, webbing and interfacing valued at $35.00 will be provided. Campers will be introduced to basic sewing machine function; maintenance; and use. They will also learn the correct use of sewing shears and pressing iron. Fabrics and fibers will be discussed. Projects will include coasters, tote bag, and lounge pants. Some campers may also make an infinity scarf.
 
CE0600  HLW2
9183
Camp Shutterbug 0.00 7/20 ECWA_E13 ECC-Washington 09:00AM-12:00PM MTW Rieger,J $65.00
06/09/14-06/11/14
In this fun photography class, campers will learn the basic functions of a digital camera and how to use the different modes based on the subject and the light conditions. We will touch upon basic composition rules, finding a vantage point of view, selecting a good background for your subject and shooting from different perspectives. Tuesday, we will go on a photo walk to practice what we have learned. We will photograph a little bit of everything: people, "things", and places. Last, but not least, we will go back to the classroom and review the images we took, identifying things that make them good and the areas that can be improved. Photography is all about experimenting, and the goal of this class will be to point the participants in the right direction. Campers will need to bring digital cameras and the camera's USB cable. Ages 8 to 12
 
CE0600  HOMU1
Babysitter Training 0.00 18/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 08:00AM-03:30PM M Rieger,J $100.00
06/30/14-06/30/14
The American Red Cross has just revised its popular Babysitter's Training and has classes available for young adults looking for ways to earn extra money this summer. This class is great for developing leadership skills and students gain the confidence to make smart decisions while babysitting. The American Red Cross Babysitter's Training provides young adults who plan to babysit the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care to infants and children under their watch. The course is fun and fast-paced with hands-on activities, an exciting video, role-plays, and lively discussions. Participants will receive a take home handbook and a certificate for completing the course. Participants should bring a sack lunch. Ages 11 to 14
 
CE0600  IPU1
Journalism Camp 0.00 7/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 09:00AM-11:30AM MTWTH Rieger,J $65.00
07/07/14-07/10/14
This camp may be perfect for your child if he enjoys taking photos, writing descriptive nonfiction, solving mysteries, following the latest news, asking questions, observing details, making home movies, taking thorough notes, listening carefully, respecting but not being intimidated by authority figures, acquiring the first news scoop, researching issues. What are leads, and why is that triangle upside down? How can you find and tell the stories that are all around you? This camp will explore the fundamentals of journalism and how all of the parts work together to create news and feature stories. Throughout the week, campers will work on writing stories, taking photographs, and creating an online news source. Students who are going into fifth through ninth grade who are interested in writing, journalism, or mass media are encouraged to sign up. Parents will have to sign an online usage agreement for their camper.
 
CE0600  IPU2
ABC's of Bullying 0.00 0/20 ECTC_114 Main Campus 09:30AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $100.00
07/07/14-07/10/14
Campers will learn: What is bullying? What are the types of bullying? How can I prevent bullying? Why individuals bully. The impact of bullying on victims. What to do if you are bullied. How to be a good bystander. Parents will learn: Myths about bullying, tips for parents of a bullied child, warning signs, consequences, Missouri statute regarding bullying, family policy.
 
CE0600  KITU1
Let Them Eat Cake! 0.00 13/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Rieger,J $55.00
06/20/14-06/20/14
Campers will have fun learning the basics of decorating birthday and special occasion cakes with Chef Linda. Campers should bring a baked cake and we will supply the frosting for campers to decorate their delectable desserts. Campers will receive a cake decorating kit. Each participant will take home a beautiful cake. Ages 8 to 12.
 
CE0600  MUU1
Musical Story Camp 0.00 1/20 ECTC_109 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM MTWTH Rieger,J $85.00
07/14/14-07/17/14
The purpose of this music and movement based camp is to provide opportunities for campers to learn instruments, the basics of musical improvisation and creative composition, improvisational movement, and other musical experiences to enhance a telling of a story, "The Stonecutter", retold by Gerald McDermott, culminating in a performance on the last day of the camp. The teachers will be using the Orff-Schulwerk approach of movement and music for these activities. All campers will receive a true Soprano recorder.
 
CE0600  OTHU4
Young Actors 0.00 17/20 AC_116 Main Campus 01:00PM-03:30PM MTWTH Rieger,J $150.00
06/16/14-06/26/14
Appropriate for performers and those who want to explore theater arts as a new experience - all are challenged and rewarded. Students enrolled in this camp will learn pantomime, improvisation, dancing, building a stage backdrop, and how to apply makeup. The students will display their talents with an evening performance at the end of camp.
 
CE0600  SCIU1
Dissecting a Frog 0.00 10/20 HS_226 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Rieger,J $40.00
06/20/14-06/20/14
Future veterinarians and doctors get a head start on anatomy! Learn about the external and internal features of a frog through dissection. You will learn proper dissection techniques, how to identify important organs, and the role of frogs in the environment. Ages 9 to 12
 
CE0600  SCIU2
What's Inside a Cow's Eyeball 0.00 11/20 HS_226 Main Campus 09:00AM-12:00PM F Rieger,J $40.00
07/18/14-07/18/14
Curious about the eye and how it works? This camp features a cow's eye dissection where we examine several aspects of the eye and how humans see. If you would like to get a firsthand look at the inside of the eye, then this camp is a must. Ages 9 to 12
 
 
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