ERIC Number: ED033785
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Reference Count: 0
Sessions Summaries - Exemplary Individual Camper Evaluations and Other Pertinent Data Developed in the Exploratory Program in Decentralized Camping for Children of Migrant Laborers.
Conservation and Environmental Science Center for Southern New Jersey, Browns Mills.
The purpose, scope, problems, and evaluations of a summer camping program for children of migrant laborers are featured in this report. Because these children (ages 10-13) are often cast in the role of assistant parents, they lack the opportunity to actively participate in activities children of their age should enjoy. The design of the summer camping programs was aimed at providing some of these experiences. Camping sessions lasted two weeks and were under the direction of a professional staff. The complete report includes summaries of the two sessions held in summer 1969 at Whitesbog, New Jersey; a sample evaluation sheet; anecdotal record; and personal interview summary. The counselors evaluation and recommended procedural changes plus revised reporting forms conclude the report. Related documents are RC 003 788, RC 003 790, RC 003 791, and RC 003 792. (DB)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Division of Plans and Supplementary Centers, BESE.
Authoring Institution: Conservation and Environmental Science Center for Southern New Jersey, Browns Mills.