Middle School Math Institute
Oklahoma State Department of Education School
by Susan Boone
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Copyright © 1999
Are your students bored of the same old routine in class? Do
you want to capture your students attention? Why not use the Internet
as a teaching and learning tool? This presentation will help spice up
your classroom in exciting new ways.
This presentation will help demonstrate how to explore the World Wide
Web and search for creative lessons in mathematics and science. We will
also explore the ways students can use the Internet to research real-world
projects and illustrate how teachers learn from each other by collaborating
These pages were developed through GirlTECH , a teacher
training and student technology council program sponsored by the
Center for Research on Parallel Computation
(CRPC), a National Science Foundation
Science and Technology Center. Copyright October 1999 by Susan Boone.
Thanks to the RGK Foundation for its generous support of GirlTECH.