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Topic: Looking for Algebra I book
Replies: 4   Last Post: Feb 11, 1996 12:25 AM

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Mark Priniski

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Re: Looking for Algebra I book
Posted: Feb 1, 1996 11:01 AM
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Katherine ---

A few years ago I fell in love with the Computer Intensive Algebra
curriculum developed at Penn State and the University of Maryland. It is
currently being published by the Jansen Publishing company under the title
"Concepts in Algebra: a technoloy approach"

If you need more info on it, let me know

Mark


>I have seen mentioned an Algebra I text that supposedly takes a
>technological approach to the curriculum. I think that it is
>designed to be used in a classroom with computers and graphing
>calculators. Does anyone know the name and publisher of such a
>text?
>
>Thanks!
>
>Katherine :)


Mark Priniski Pioneering Partner '93
Rib Lake High School priniski@cedar.cic.net
Rib Lake, WI 54470







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