Ted Winick, who runs the chess club at Palmerston school and others, is initiating a "thinking camp" this August 8-12. The camp will approach thinking from a number of perspectives, including chess, improv, art, and computer games. The kids will play games from one area of the site each day and receive a certificate at the end. Hopefully they will be interested in playing on the site afterwards to further improve the
Mitch Moldofsky is founder of the Thinking Skills Club, a computer game club that helps develop cognitive functioning for kids. He hold a B.Sc. in Cognitive Science and Psychology from the University of Toronto.