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Topic: middle school math electives
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LINDA ESPOSITO

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RE: middle school math electives
Posted: May 17, 2008 10:51 AM
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At Copiague Middle School we offer an enrichment math course that all students in grades 6-8 take. The course is titled Math Seminar. It is a 'hand-on' course in which we use games, projects, and other 'fun activities' to address some of the topics we have identified that our students struggle with on the NYS assessments.

~Linda


To: nysmath48@mathforum.orgSubject: Re: middle school math electivesDate: Fri, 16 May 2008 22:25:24 -0400From: mathcaryl@aol.comI teach a one day a week math enrichment course. We do a variety of "fun" math. Suduko, Set, 24, Platonic Solids, Geometeors Sketchpad to name a few.-----Original Message-----From: Poggioli, Lisa <LPoggioli@levittownschools.com>To: nysmath48@mathforum.orgSent: Thu, 15 May 2008 1:29 pmSubject: middle school math electives

Does anyone offer any math electives at the middle school level?
There is a possibility that we may run a 10 week elective and am looking for some ideas.

Thank you!


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