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Volume 4, Number 48

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29 November 1999                                Vol. 4, No. 48


Laptop Learning Challenge | Block Scheduling, Tracking |
American Mathematical Monthly LAPTOP LEARNING CHALLENGE (LLC) - Toshiba/NSTA A challenge that rewarded twenty K-12 educators for their innovative uses of laptop computers. The lessons have science, mathematics, and technology components and take place in the classroom, in the field, or in informal science institutions. There are five lessons in each of four categories: Elementary, Middle, and High School levels, and Informal Science (grades K-12). They are designed to be useful for teachers planning a science or math activity, for pre-service preparation, and for in-service professional development. Abstracts and downloadable PDF files are provided for the twenty exemplary lessons. Browse them by subject or level: -|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|- BLOCK SCHEDULING, TRACKING/ABILITY GROUPING - Math Forum Questions about how best to organize classrooms continue to engage educators and parents, and discussions pro and con appear regularly on the Web. The Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library provides pages of links to sites with information about Block Scheduling and Tracking/Ability Grouping. Elsewhere within our Mathematics Education area, selected sites from each are offered as shortcuts to help you find the information most relevant to your needs. \|/ - BLOCK SCHEDULING - Math Library Alternative or Block Scheduling: Selections \|/ - TRACKING/ABILITY GROUPING - Math Library Grouping and Tracking Students in Math Classes: Selections \|/ For discussions of issues like these and others of interest, search the math discussion groups archived by the Forum. Select the link to "Search All Epigone Discussions" and enter keywords such as tracking, ability grouping, or block scheduling. -|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|- THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY - MAA Online The Mathematical Association of America The Monthly publishes articles, notes, and other features about mathematics and the profession. Its readers include professional mathematicians as well as students of mathematics at all collegiate levels. Authors are invited to submit articles and notes that bring interesting mathematical ideas to a wide audience. Summaries of articles from January, 1997 to the present are onsite, an archive of 1997 issues is available, and the full text of volumes 1-100 can be searched and browsed at JSTOR: -|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|-\-/-|- CHECK OUT OUR WEB SITE: The Math Forum Ask Dr. Math Problems of the Week Mathematics Library Teacher2Teacher Discussion Groups Join the Math Forum Send comments to the Math Forum Internet Newsletter editors _o \o_ __| \ / |__ o _ o/ \o/ __|- __/ \__/o \o | o/ o/__/ /\ /| | \ \ / \ / \ /o\ / \ / \ / | / \ / \

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