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How to assign homework that uses the Web?

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From: Roya (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Oct 15, 2000 at 16:40:37
Subject: Re: How to assign homework that uses the web?

Dear Joe,

In addition to Suzanne's suggestion, you may want to check out Problems of
the Week site located here:


You can search for problems with particular topics or math concepts in the 
Library of the Problems of the Week:


Each Monday six new non-routine, open-ended problems are put up on the web. 
When the service is accepting submissions, students have a week to send in 
their answers and a mentor writes back to them providing feedback on their 
answers.  When the Problems of the Week are accepting submissions, teachers 
can request teacher accounts and get information on their students' 
participation in this service.
Information about teacher accounts is located here:

Let us know if this was helpful to you.

 -Roya Salehi, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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