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Topic: Use of technology in classrooms.
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Use of technology in classrooms.
Posted: Oct 4, 1995 1:25 PM
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I'm working with a group of people on the development of
a new precalculus curriculum. We've been wondering whether
instructors would be willing to adopt a curriculum that requires
them to use technology (either graphing calculators or a computer
with display) in the classroom. Do people use technology in
their classrooms or do they only assign problems that require
the use of technology as homework? Or do they avoid anything
that requires technology in general?

Thank you,
D.Stylianou





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