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T2T Community Update
Posted: Dec 11, 2000 4:37 PM
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Here is the December edition of T2T Community Update. Enter your
email here to receive this update regularly:


Greetings from Teacher2Teacher (T2T).


*** What's new? ***

We are proud to sponsor a new section of resources for Math Teaching
in T2T called "Math in the Real World." In this section, we will
prepare resources that deal with thematic or current events that have
connections to Mathematics. Our first timely theme is about the

Math in the Real World: Mathematics and Elections

*** Join our discussions ***

Are you looking for seasonal ideas to include in your math teaching
during the month of December? Join a discussion about teaching
Christmas Around the World:


Teachers are always looking for good math software that will help them
reach their students. Do you have questions or ideas about software?

Software for Algebra and Geometry

Computer software to help elementary students understand math basics

*** Look for ideas in our FAQs ***

Our focus this month has been on the issue of assessment. We have
at assessment from two angles:

How can I prepare my students for assessments?

How can I assess my students?

*** Send us your questions ***


As always, we would love to answer your questions about effective
teaching practices, finding Web resources, identifying student needs,
understanding new curricula, or starting projects. Our panel includes
kindergarten through college-level mathematics educators from all over
the world. While T2T Associates are all teachers, some are also
working as consultants, workshop presenters, curriculum developers and

*** Tell us how we can help you ***

We'd love to hear from you! Share with us ways in which our service
has been helpful to you. Send us comments or suggestions for
improving our support. We are committed to great math education, so
let us know how we can help you. Write to us at t2t@mathforum.com
with your suggestions.

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