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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Patriotic math activities

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From: Shasta <software@TheMathWebSite.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004120115:07:59
Subject: Math Educators

    Math Educators of the World Unite!
I have been hired by the website www.TheMathWebSite.com to correlate
the content of this website with the current math textbooks being used
in the high schools in Canada and the USA.  Other countries will be
added if they express interest in this project.
 
The above website is primarily for high/secondary school math
educators in a classroom and we are working to take some of the
drudgery out of their day. 
We plan to enable teachers to simply input the textbook page number of
their next math lesson, and the website will refer them to the
appropriate sheets to use for their next math class - lesson sheets,
study sheets, quiz sheets, homework practice sheets, and test sheets –
all ready to be printed out and used.

So, if you are a math educator, would you please email the following
information to software@TheMathWebSite.com   Use “Textbooks” as the
topic.
- Your Math Textbook Name/Title and Publisher
- For Grade 9/10/11/12 and Level Basic/Intermediate/Advanced
- Your City and State/Province and Country
- Type of School Board – Public/Separate/Private 
- Any other information that you feel is relevant

Thank you for your time and information. No one will contact you
further in this matter. 
   -  My name is Shasta.


 
 

	

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