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Please provide us with answers to the following questions :

Expedition Number :

Teacher Name :

How manystudents are in your class.

Their grade level is:

They have access to computers, located in:

classroom
computer lab
library
home
after school program
Multiple items may be chosen.

students have learned to access their Camp email account

students have subscribed to the camp-students-l@rain.org listserv

students have participated in a Camp chat room as an observer

students have sent messages in the Camp chatroom

students have undertaken an online quiz

students have participated in a Face - the - Challenge activity

I myself, have
have notsubscribed to the camp-outpost-l@rain.org listserv from my Camp email account

I myself, have
have notsubscribed to the camp-outpost-l@rain.org listserv from my School email account

I myself, have
have notsubscribed to the camp-outpost-l@rain.org listserv from another email account

I do
do notreceive the Camp Outpost briefings in my Camp email account

I do
do notreceive the Camp Outpost briefings in my School email account

I do
do notreceive the Camp Outpost briefings in my personal/home email account

When I write for assistance, the Camp staff generally respond: Same Day
Within 24 hours
Within 24-48 hours
Do not receive a response

My class spent: hours a week using the Camp in the last month.

How many of your students parents have seen the Camp Expedition?:

Of the three main learning activities on Camp Internet, number these, 1-4, in the order you find most relevant to your studentís needs to date :
reading comprehension
technology literacy skill development
hands-on companion art or science, role playing, or multi-media activities
Encouraging discussion and interest in class activity among your students

I would use the Camp resources more if : (give us your ideas)

The hardest thing about integrating the Camp resources into my classroom is :

To overcome these obstacles, if there is something the Camp can do to help you, what would it be ?

What are the activities and experiences the class enjoys the most about the Camp ?


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