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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Computer aided instruction in introductory algebra

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From: Nancy <nmolik@augustatech.org>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2003031719:47:20
Subject: Re: Computer aided instruction in introductory algebra

	
  There's a great interactive website out there for graphing at
http://www.exploremath.com. You have to be online to use it, and it
uses Shockwave, but it can be used as a basis for all different kinds
of graphing activities from basic plotting points to lines/slopes to
quadratics and a lot more.
  I absolutely love it and have made quite a few activities for my
classes based on it.

 Nancy

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