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From: Alison Reid (areid@cfa.harvard.edu)
Date: Thu Oct 12 2000 - 14:08:04 EDT

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    Welcome to Channel-TalkPUPMath@learner.org, the Annenberg Media
    Channel's new discussion list for the PRIVATE UNIVERSE PROJECT IN
    MATHEMATICS workshop! You have been added to this list because you
    asked to be signed up for Channel-talk@learner.org when you
    registered as a site leader. Prior to this season, the Channel had
    only one workshop discussion list, namely Channel-Talk. In an attempt
    to make the discussion lists more useful and relevant to you, this
    has changed. Now, each workshop has its own mailing list, in this
    case Channel-TalkPUPMath. Using this list is very easy: to send a
    message to the list, address an email to
    Channel-talkpupmath@learner.org. You can also read posts to the list
    online, at
    http://www.learner.org/workshops/pupmath/teacher_talk/. To
    manage your subscription to this list (to change options or
    unsubscribe) visit
    http://www.learner.org/mailman/listinfo/channel-talkpupmath and enter
    your email address at the bottom of the page, under the heading
    "Channel-talkpupmath Subscribers."

    We encourage you to use this discussion list to share your thoughts
    about the video you've watched and the activities in which you've
    participated with other teachers across the country. For example, now
    that Workshop 1 has been broadcast, what did you think of the ideas
    it presented? The Kenilworth study was an intervention, not a
    curriculum; can you think of ways in which you could use what the
    researchers learned in planning your lessons? Do any of you use
    similar teaching methods now? What has worked for you, and what
    hasn't?

    Finally, please let your site participants know about this list. They
    can sign up at
    http://www.learner.org/mailman/listinfo/channel-talkpupmath and join
    the discussion.

    Happy talking!

    Sincerely,
    Alison Reid
    Channel-TalkPUPMath Administrator

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