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Topic: Math and Art Demos
Replies: 4   Last Post: Jan 19, 1997 11:04 AM

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Ken Blystone

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Re: Math and Art Demos
Posted: Jan 19, 1997 7:12 AM
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The student produced demo program CD2 can be obtained via anonymous ftp at
academynet.com. It is in the pub area as is our math manipulative program
that can be used to introduce algebraic concepts to 1st graders. Both
programs are freeware. Both programs can be used to help reform
mathematics education/instruction...one at the secondary level and one at
the elementary level. We maintain a repository of demo programs on the
Digital Foundation system at 915.590.6336. According to my son, we are
only putting up programs that have been rated as 4 or 5 stars.

Ken Blystone
kenbly@df-net.org





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