Creativity Award to Cyber Kids Curriculum (1998)

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President of Cyprus Mr. Glafkos Clerides and American Ambassador Richard Baucher[1] honored 3 Cypriot companies by handing over the 1998 CyServe Awards in a special ceremony.

OEB honors Cyberkids curriculum (article in Fileleftheros

Newspaper article on the left: Fileleftheros 25 October 1998 Award for Financial Achievement and Quality to Spidernet Services Ltd. Award for Creativity, equally split between Cyber Kids and Laiki Bank.

The Cyber Kids Curriculum has been developed by the Curriculum Development Unit of the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute under the leadership of Yiannis Laouris with significant contributions of Harry Anastasiou, George Vakanas, Maria Symeonides and Dinos Georgiades.

The Cyber Kids Curriculum has been applied by the Cyber Kids Chain of computer learning centers. In Cyprus, more than 15,000 children (approximately 10% of the country's children population) and 10,000 adults have benefited.


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