Oftentimes, a project won’t work on the first try. A summer camp atmosphere gives students the freedom to make mistakes — and learn from them. “They really learn a lot about perseverance,” said McKinley fifth-grade teacher Annie Douglas, who led the camp.
Madeline Marble wasn’t sure what the small electronic gizmo in front of her was. She had just extracted it from an old DVD player she brought to Camp Invention at
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