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Topic: Geometry infulences
Replies: 1   Last Post: Apr 14, 1995 5:09 PM

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Linda Dodge (Frontier RSH)

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Re: Geometry infulences
Posted: Apr 14, 1995 5:09 PM
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The NCTM Standards!!!!!!!


In a previous article, marshab@falcon.bgsu.edu (Marsha Marie Ballmann) says:

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> I am in a Math history class a Bowling Green St. Univ. and am
>doing research on specific books that have infulenced our current
>geometry text books (high school levels.) I need some ideas on things to
>use. I have chosen Euclid's Elements as one book (well, actually many
>books), but I need some othe ideas.
> If anyone could help, (maybe some high school geometry teachers,
>or actually anyone for that matter), I would greatly appriciate it.
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>Marsha Ballmann
>BGSU Junior Secondary Mathematics Education
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Linda Dodge
Math Consultant
Frontier Regional High School
South Deerfield, MA





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