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Lynn Fisher

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Registered: 12/6/04
Clemson UnBound
Posted: May 13, 1997 11:49 AM
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Now I'm really feeling like a lurker, so I suppose I'd better post
something... I *wish* I were going to Clemson; I've been teaching AP Calc
for about 10 years, with much success, here in my Vermont corner. I'd like
to take my involvement with AP a step further; I'm on the "Approved New
Reader List" so I'm hoping to be bound to Clemson someyear soon...

In the meantime, I hope you all will keep talking in this space; it looks
like a promising forum for me to gain insight.

I'm quite interested in hearing how people incorporate graphing calculators
and juggle, or interweave, technology lessons with mathematics lessons...I
use the TI-85 because it's so powerful and easy to use compared to the the
TI-82.

And, in response to Jennifer Nicholl's query about texts, I've been using
the same version of Thomas, (you know, with the "whales"), forever. I
supplement like crazy, and teach topics and concepts in my own order. I
might consider using a reform text (I'm a tad conservative, so those are
radical words) so I'm quite interested in what others have to say about
them.

Lynn Fisher
Woodstock Union HS
Woodstock, VT 05091








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