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Bill Richards

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WWW in K-12 math/science
Posted: Apr 18, 1995 6:38 PM
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The last Michigan Gateways show of the '94-'95 season will be on the World
Wide Web and how this Internet resource can be put to use in K-12 math and
science education.

I am looking for leads, and perhaps you can help.

1) For our "Spotlight" segment, we would like to focus on a high school
math or science class in an urban area in Michigan that is making GOOD use
of the World Wide Web. Is there a teacher or school in Michigan that you
would suggest I contact?

2) In place of our "For Discussion..." segment (conversation with
teachers), we would like to introduce a new "mini-workshop" segment (we
don't have a title for this yet). For this, I'm hoping to identify a
teacher who could visit our studios to record a short segment demonstrating
a Web-based excercise/activity that illustrates an effective way to use
this resource in K-12 math/science education. Are there any Michigan
teachers who come to mind that might fit the bill?

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Bill

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William R. Richards 23156wr@msu.edu
Producer/Director BillR@wkar.msu.edu

MICHIGAN GATEWAYS 212 Communication Arts Bldg
The Television Program East Lansing, MI 48824-1212
for Teachers of ph: 517 355-2300 ext 422
Mathematics and Science fx: 517 353-7124
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