From: Duane Cleghorn
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Date: 20 Nov 1996
Remote Name: psych106a.ucsc.edu
I think the idea is that as soon as some kids master a game, they can teach those that still don't know the game, as in the wizard's assistants we read about in the Fifth Dimension articles. Unfortunately, we are still at the creating process, so some kids are going to be without any challenging stuff to do until the wizard and the maze are set up. I'm curios if you thought the girls learned anything besides the fact that they can rely on adults to get things for them? I know that I have a hard time trying to figure out if the kids are learning from my interactions with them, I wonder if your feeling the same way? Was there any activities that you could have suggested, besides computer games that might have been challenging for them?