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PLEASE READ: Welcome!
Posted: Feb 17, 1998 8:13 AM
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Welcome to the Web-based discussion group for Standards 2000, NCTM's
project to update, clarify, and synthesize the previous volumes of
Standards. This discussion group is co-hosted by the Math Forum and
the Standards 2000 Project.

GOALS
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The goals for this forum are simple:
* To stimulate discussion and reflection about the directions to be
taken in updating the NCTM Standards.
* To provide feedback to the Standards 2000 project about the current
thinking and advice of persons interested in the NCTM Standards.

The Standards 2000 draft will become a central focus of discussion
when it is released in October 1998. In the meantime, a series of
questions posed by the Writers will be posted as beginning points for
discussion.

GROUND RULES
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The ground rules are simple:
* Anyone can participate.
* Messages should focus on issues relevant to the goals of the forum.
* Be polite. Focus on issues rather than personalities.

This list is monitored, and the right to "prune" unproductive branches
of discussion is reserved. If your primary goal is to pick fights or
advance a personal agenda, you are welcomed to do so elsewhere.

OPERATION
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However, the ability to receive e-mail notification of new postings
may be added at a later time.

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be added by clicking on the appropriate "button".

QUESTIONS
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research@nctm.org; your suggestions on improving this forum are avidly
sought. Technical questions should be posted to
webmaster@forum.swarthmore.edu.






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