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Gwen Solomon

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Teacher Researchers Wanted
Posted: Sep 15, 1993 9:41 AM
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To Teachers Who Use Technology:

I'm working on an article for Electronic Learning about teachers as
researchers of classroom technology use, and I'd like to interview some of
you who have used research techniques to observe and report your students'
learning, progress, interests, whatever. The research should deal with
technology as it applies to learning. (Eg. How did students' writing
improve because of a telecommunications project?)

Please send me a brief message about you (name, where and what you teach)
and your work (what the research was and why you did it) and include your
telephone number and when it would be best to call you. (I prefer home

Please respond to me directly ( and not to this

Also, please feel free to post this message on other lists.

Thanks in advance.

--Gwen Solomon

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Date: 16 Sep 93 17:58 PDT
Subject: Journal-temporarily down
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Temporarily (I hope) out of commission. I can't seem to get
connected to the account which I am able to upload message on. I keep
getting a NO CARRIER message, an since I can't seem to figure out
how to upload message after dialling Wellesley College and telnetting
to my Peacenet Account (the messages become garbled-perhaps the baud
speed is too high but I've tried all speeds down to 240 (from 14,400)).

Hope to be back soon.


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