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Topic: General Questions and Comments

Topic Posted by: Melissa Cheung
Date Posted: Mon Feb 15 5:09:36 US/Eastern 1999
Topic Description: Do you have a question or comment that doesn't fit in any of the above categories? Discuss topics about the LOOKING AT LEARNING ... AGAIN workshops and activities.

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Posted by: Anna Marie E. Forte' (jjf@ix.netcom.com )
Organization:School District of Philadelphia
Date posted: Sat May 1 18:11:09 US/Eastern 1999
Subject: The reality of the technology workshop
Message:
I love the workshop on technology but the reality is quite diiferent. We have enough trouble trying to purchase the basics let alone tiny computers. My students don't know how to turn a computer on, so I think writing a short program is out. Does anyone have a suggestions?


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Reply Posted by: Bob (kidkayak @aol.com )
Date Posted: Sat Apr 10 9:48:15 US/Eastern 1999
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As far as I know I am as they asked us to write down our E-mail address when I first entered the class. I am taking the class with a math teacher friend of mine and we are enjoying it much more than we thought we would. To my knowledge only one or two more participants have even bothered to look at the website. The school I am at is so technologically backwards it is not funny. We have a lot of MAC's that don't work and the teachers who have IMB compats which is the majority of the faculty are not interested in using them for the most part). Sorry if you are a MAC person, but at least in Pinellas County Florida most business users and kids have IBM's and can not easily transfer their knowledge gained at school. Again I am extremely prejudice against the MACs. Thanks for letting me rattle on it is truely theraputic. Bob aka kidkayak @ aol.com


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