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Last night's presentation

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Posted 10/24/2006 12:45 PM (#1198)
Subject: Last night's presentation

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Location: Tates Creek
Thanks to Marci, Bob, and Aaron for all your work that went into preparing and giving our presentation last night. I will work on scanning the ramp & cart activity and sending it to Pete K. to post on the MILC site.
Posted 10/24/2006 1:25 PM (#1199 - in reply to #1198)
Subject: RE: Last night's presentation

Location: IAKSS
A huge THANKS to all of you!!

It was evident that your group met ahead of time ...and planned ahead ....and brought many props to share and demonstrate. You were very organized.

I actually would be the teacher to use the ramp activity!! Cars are all the rage with the men in my family. Definitely a hook for many students!

There were numerous comments wanting to learn more about the algebra stay tuned! We may just invite you to present again.

We are ready to use your unit and are excited about the possiblities to increase student learning and understanding with the CBR's, algebra tiles, graphing calcs...and more!
Thanks again!
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