BDPA 2003 Computer Camp

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BDPA High School Computer Camp

The purpose of this site is to provide course materials for teachers and students of the 2003 BDPA High School Computer Camp (HSCC). This camp is a series of 9 biweekly classes. The goal of the camp is to teach students HTML and the basic concepts of software development and software project management. This will be accomplished within the context of a project to build a web site complementary to the existing Seattle BDPA Scholastic Information Technology and Education Scholarship (SITES) Program.


At the completion of this course, students will:


Name Role Email Phone
Monique Roberts Course Leader
Project Mgt Instructor
[email protected] 253-945-6498
John Neorr HTML Instructor [email protected] 253-631-4727
Peter Abe Asst. Dir. of Seattle MESA Pgm
UW Computer Lab Focal
[email protected] 206-616-9653 (phone)
206-685-0618 (fax)


Students will be graded and both team and individual awards will be presented at the end of camp based on these grades. Students will score points based on team performance and individual performance. Scoring will be weighted as follows:

Special Note

As part of our BDPA 2003 Computer Class we will ask students to create a web site on the Internet and will encourage them to interact with fellow classmates and instructional staff via email. We believe that proper and effective use of the Internet is an essential tool to young students today. It must be noted however, that although the Internet can be used as a powerful and helpful resource, it can also be used for illicit purposes. Thus we encourage parents and other mentors to communicate with class participants on a regular basis regarding their use of the Internet. Your active interest and guidance will help insure that each student's experience on the Internet is a rewarding one.
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