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dlovrich1@optonline.net

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math lab
Posted: Dec 5, 2007 8:53 PM
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We are interested in developing a 'math lab' course in 7th and 8th grades. If you have a math lab,

Do all of your students have math lab?
If not- how are they placed in it?
What are some of the topics covered in math lab?
When does the course meet? (everyday, every other, etc.)
If it is every other day, what is it married to in the schedule?
What has been taken out of the schedule to include this course? (i.e. music, electives, etc.)

Thanks for any information you may have.

Deborah Lovrich
Director, Math, Science, Technology
and Business Education
Miller Place UFSD

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12/5/07
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12/6/07
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