Subject: Remote Instrumentation & Data Visualizations Working Group
- From: "Klaver, Kristen" <>
- To: 'George Loftus' <>,
- Subject: RE: Lewis & Clark
- Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2003 08:41:02 -0500
- Return-receipt-to: "Klaver, Kristen" <>
Thanks for the email. I want to make sure I understand exactly what we
agreed too. We will find a couple of innovative teachers to
watch/participate in the Thursday videos and then maybe in Mid-January they
will meet as a whole and discuss how they have incorporated this into their
classes. Is that right? Am I missing something? I want to make sure we
all are on the same page.
From: George Loftus
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 7:49 PM
Subject: Lewis & Clark
Once again I am regretting not having attended the Lewis & Clark
I have heard from my friends at RINET and they have a (technically savvy,
and amply supported) teacher who is very interested in participating in
this event. So if others on this list have similar educators, L&C could be
our first effort, and as we mentioned in Indy, it could lead to us starting
to develop teams of teachers across the country who would be willing to
work directly with each other on this and future projects.
At Terry's suggestion, if we find several teachers who are willing to "sign
on" to the L&C project, we should ask that they "share" what they
experienced during a video conference between schools.
George K. Loftus "Have fun at work Dad !"
- parting words from my
401.295-0550 16 year old son each day.
- Lewis & Clark, George Loftus, 10/23/2003
- <Possible follow-up(s)>
- RE: Lewis & Clark, Klaver, Kristen, 10/24/2003
- RE: Lewis & Clark, Scott Bryan, 10/24/2003
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