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Please find at least one good example of each of the following on the Web:Also, research one professional question about teaching a math topic (or computer or business for those who aren't teaching any math). In your research try to find a public discussion group/newsgroup to which you can pose your question in addition to any searching you may do.

- Teachers Sharing Math Resources/Ideas
- Teachers Getting/Giving Support from colleagues
- Models of Internet use in the classroom and peer evaluations of resources
- Special Interest groups for educators
- Curriculum support/standards info
- Reform networking
- Professional journals and resources
- Publisher access
- Materials catalogues

- Problems for students
- Projects for students
- Help services for using the Internet
- Student empowerment and construction on the Internet

- Interesting mathematics
- Lesson Plans
- Coherent paths through web resources on a math topic
- Collaborations with other classes
- Reference sources
- Virtual field trips, remote access to unique materials/resources
- Software

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