The school day was over, but in a classroom tucked away at a
far end of Rio Real Elementary School in Oxnard, CA, a group of 10 students were
just getting started. Many of them were hovering around two rows of computers
being set up with cables connected to a white box, strange-looking hand sensors
and mats. At least, they were strange-looking to me. These kids, ages 7 and 8,
were part of the Boys and Girls Club Hardy Brain Camp Training Program, and
this was their last day of 20 training sessions.