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Henry Kepner

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Using Standards 2000 with Pre-Service Teachers
Posted: Aug 11, 2000 9:22 PM
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My secondary majors will purchase, or have already received it, as an
NCTM student member. We will use the appropriate sections on content as
well as the other sections in related courses- such as equity in the
social issues in education course and the special education (inclusion
approach) course along with field experience and student teaching in
urban schools; assessment with the measurement and appraisal course,
and technology connected to their classroom assignments and work with
Sketchpad/Cabri, and graphing calculators.

Hank

Henry S. Kepner, Jr.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
School of Education
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
(414) 229-5253 Fax: 229-2920

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>>> Ronald A Ward <ronaward@cc.wwu.edu> 08/11/00 07:32PM >>>
I would be interested in hearing how Listserve subscribers are planning
to
utilize the new NCTM Principles and Standards with preservice teachers
this coming year. In particular, is anyone going to use the
electronic
version or the Illuminations site? How?

I think that responses on this item might be of interest as a
discussion
item to the entire Listserve.

Ron Ward/Western Washington University/Bellingham, WA





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