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Top Tech Tools for Summer Camp Planning: A Guide for Parents

Scheduling the school-free months of summer can be a logistical nightmare, even for the most organized among us. Fortunately, there are a ton of online resources out there for researching the best camps, keeping track of who's going where and managing the logistics of getting there. We've taken the liberty of compiling some of the best of them all in one place. Read on for the essential technology tools of summer camp planning.

Glen Tripp on being Determined

At Galileo, we believe that Innovators are Determined. According to writer Paul Tough and psychologist Angela Lee Duckworth, the power of determination goes even beyond innovation. They cite “grit,” or the motivation to make sustained effort towards a goal, as... Read more

Glen Tripp on being Collaborative

Whether you are putting on a play, running a school fundraiser or inventing a breakthrough car, who do you want on your team? This question gets to the heart of the third element of the Galileo Innovator’s Mindset: Be Collaborative.... Read more

Glen Tripp on being Courageous

We define courage as being willing to share your creative thoughts, stretching yourself to try new things and embracing challenges. Indeed, being willing to fail, even publicly, is essential for innovation—and kids are very afraid of it. It seems that... Read more