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Topic: Teaching Math with Technology: Traffic Jam
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Ihor Charischak

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Teaching Math with Technology: Traffic Jam
Posted: Jun 24, 2001 12:15 PM
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Hi,
The "Teaching with Technology" section of the new CLIME @ the Math
Forum (http://mathforum.com/clime/tech_portal.html) portal offers an
example of a technology based lesson called "Traffic Jam". I would be
very interested in your thoughts about this lesson.

Regards,
Ihor Charischak
Founder and president of the NCTM affiliate group the Council for
technology in Math Education better know as CLIME (http://clime.org)




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