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Camp Imagineerz lets kids answer their own questions

Original post made on Jul 12, 2012

Whenever she sees her children struggling -- at home or at the summer camp she is leading in Los Altos and Mountain View -- Vaibhavi Gala feels the instinctual urge to swoop in and help. But that is exactly the opposite of what she does in practice.

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Posted by Spoon-fed?
a resident of Sylvan Park
on Jul 12, 2012 at 3:19 pm

Sounds like a great camp...too bad my kids are so old. :)

"Nowadays, in high school and middle school, a lot of things get kind of spoon fed to the kids," Fomin said. "I don't think high school and middle school teaches them independence." Tatyana Fomin

Not sure which High School & Middle Schools she is talking about. Spoon-feeding is the not the experience my child had at Graham.