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Distance learning through video conferencing enables a larger number of participants to take part in the SSTP courses in real time along with the participants at PCMI. Funded by the National Science Foundation through PD3, the IAS/PCMI Math Science Partnership, e-tables in McAllen, Texas enabled PD3 teachers to take part in both the mathematics and reflecting on practice courses.

McAllen E-table Participants
Meiling Dang Rowe High School
Terry Ramos DeLeon Middle School
Filipe Rico Rowe High School
Michelle Rios Cathey Middle School
Louis Shoe DeLeon Middle School
Armando Soto DeLeon Middle School
Monty Taylor University of Texas Pan America

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314808.
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