Camps on TRACKS Resources

Resources

Here are some resources you may need to start using the Camps on TRACKS program at your camp!

If you are interested in learning more about bringing the Camps on TRACKS program to your camp, check out our Training Resources or click the Training Tab above.

For Counsellors

For Counsellors

The following resources and activities are a small sample of what is available to you as a counse

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For Parents

For Parents

The Camps on TRACKS program fosters an inclusive environment that ensures ALL kids have fun and b

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For TRACKS camps

For TRACKS camps

Are you interested in bringing Camps on TRACKS to your camp or program?  Here are a few tools tha

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Camps on TRACKS in the Media

Camps on TRACKS in the Media

Funding Announcement and Launch of the Website and Online Training

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Research, Publications and References

Research, Publications and References

Read more about the research and publications about the Camps on TRACKS program.

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Training Resources

Training Resources

We are excited you are interested in becoming a TRACKS Certified Implementer and/or Trainer!

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Media

A Peer Mediated Approach and the Five Steps of Prompting Through Peers are two of the keys to building a successful Camps on TRACKS program.  These two videos, the accompanying handouts, and resources are a part of the online training, so be sure to explore the onlne training if you would like to learn more. 

Peer Mediated Approach

Learn more about how the Peer Mediated Approach transforms camp into a child-focused environment.

Prompting Through Peers

This video will introduce the adult leader to the five steps of prompting through peers.  

He knows that’s the environment that he’s in, that we’re all in it together, everybody belongs, and everybody helps everybody. So, I think that’s important because in life it’d be nice if he grows up where he’s in a community where the people that he’s with can help him so that it doesn’t always have to be an adult.
Trevor, parent of a TRACKS camper