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Topic: Geometry Wiki
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Re: Geometry Wiki
Posted: Jun 6, 2008 5:51 PM
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Thank You.  It must have taken quite a long time to do this.

I have never tried to edit a wiki before so I suppose I need lessons.  I read GG1-8 and I believe that GG8 is not correct.  If a plane intersects 2 // lines, then the intersection will be two points rather than two // lines unless the two given lines happen to be in the given plane.

Bobbi Eisenberg

Chairperson, UFT Math Teachers Committee

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Wed, 21 May 2008 5:25 pm
Subject: Geometry Wiki


In attempt to support teachers with
the new Geometry curriculum I created a Wiki.

The main page is for general information.
 The content PI's are broken into 10 groups, with each group on a
different page, they are listed on the left side.  When you click
on a page the PI's are listed.  Each individual one has a link to
it's own page.  

The hope is to have teachers collaborate
by adding information, links to good websites, and documents.  If
you need information on a particular area you would then have a resource
to go to.  The wiki will only be as good as the contributions!  Anyone
can edit the wiki once you sign up.  To sign up you need to create
a username & password and enter your email.  Please pass this

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