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Ben Preddy

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Registered: 12/3/04
Posted: Jul 3, 1995 7:50 AM
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I'm really interested in doing more LOGO with my Geometry students,
and was interested in your reference to problem-solving. Do you have some
specific activities you could suggest? How did you structure it for coop

>I've found LOGO to be one of the best problem solving platforms I've ever
>used. You can learn the language quickly, then you can integrate problem
>solving and mathematics very closely, creating a working environment which
>isn't far from what a lot of people do for a living.


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