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Re: Introduction

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Re: Introduction
  • From: simon benninga <mssimon at pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1993 12:04:15 +200 (WET)

An excellent publication is "Mathematica in Education."  You
should get in touch with the editor, Paul Wellin (Wellin at Sonoma.edu)
for more details.


On 15 Oct 1993, Karl Sarnow wrote:

> Hello,
> 	my name is Karl Sarnow. I am teaching mathematics, physics
> and computer science at a german Gymnasium, which is the school
> before you leave for university. 
> 
> I own mathematica and would like to use it in my lessons. But I think
> the way of teaching is quite different with mathematica. I therefore
> would like to get in contact with any people, who are also working
> on curriculum material, courseware or are planning to use mathematica in 
> school.
> 
> If you have developed any material or are intersted in a contact, please
> send me an e-mail.
> 
> Thank you and greetings from Germany
> Karl
> 
> -- 
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