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Topic: Sketchpad?, Cabri? - How about Peanut WinGeom
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Re: Sketchpad?, Cabri? - How about Peanut WinGeom
Posted: Oct 14, 2013 10:49 AM
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On Thursday, August 26, 1999 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, Dr. Butch Sloan wrote:
> I have used both Sketchpad on a PC and Cabri on the TI-92, but for
> educational purposes, I would have to suggest the Peanut WinGeom
> software written by Rick Parris at Exeter Academy
> (www.exeter.edu/~rparris). It has most of what the majority of
> teachers and students need to create dynamic constructions in the
> classroom, and it is absolutely FREE to teachers and students. We are
> using it all over our district (200 Win95 PC's), and the teachers and
> kids love it. Try it out before you spend any money!!
> Dr. Butch Sloan
> Secondary Mathematics Coordinator - Garland ISD (Texas)
> llsloan@garlandisd.net


teh link has changed to http://math.exeter.edu/rparris/



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