Learning at Cybercamp

Goldstein, Candace
May 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun98, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p16
Academic Journal
Provides information on a New Jersey Orange Public School District pilot program called CyperCamp, a program where children learnt computer skills and explored the Internet. When program was created; Grant received by district to connect its schools to the Internet; Involvement of disabled students in program. INSETS: Quick and easy Internet references;Suggested Internet goals across the grades;Structured Internet activities;Make your own treasure hunt


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