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Topic: Using the Internet and WWW in the math classroom
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George Yanos

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Using the Internet and WWW in the math classroom
Posted: Apr 24, 1995 7:06 AM
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I would most certainly like to hear it as well!
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Date: Sat, 22 Apr 95 14:48:56 EDT
From: Al Alba <ALALBA@URIACC.URI.EDU>
Subject: Using the Internet and WWW in the math classroom
To: NCTM-L@forum.swarthmore.edu

I would be interested in examining how math educators are using the
internet and its related features such as gopher, telnet, ftp, and the
World Wide Web in math classrooms throughout the United States.
In particular, what successes and failures teachers have experienced
with using the internet.

Sincerely,

Al Alba
Math Educator and Doctoral Candidate






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