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Subject: Re: Teacher Zone Award Nomination
Date: Sat, 01 May 1999 10:34:29 -0400
From: Deborah Miller
I am pleased to announce that Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling? is the teacherzone.com award winner for May, 1999!
I was very impressed by the kids' work and enjoyed the site thoroughly.
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Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 12:45:37 -0400
WHY IS MONA LISA SMILING? /13681 is featured on my website http://www.glavac.com for the month of June.
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Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 20:38:26 -0500
From: jeanne snyder-ashbaugh
Thanks, I would like to link your page to my more active site - Miss Netty's World. Cookie Cutters is my original site that I developed and taught as a Cyber Mom (CMomS) in Flower Mound, Texas USA. Miss Netty's World is now a book and curriculum sold by "Visions" Publications and Software Company in Oregon, USA to schools interested in providing a fun and interesting way to teach the Internet to Grades 2-5. I have also started a Global Cyber Mom Society. CMomS train, guide and support other moms to help in schools, communities and their homes. I call it a school to work program for parents which also provides a certification program for future employment for women in high tech positions.
FYI - CMomS offer on-line and off-line educational staff and parent technology development programs which we call "educational learners programs". It involves parents, students, teachers, and staff to offer a creative parent/teacher volunteer and staff development program for interested schools. CMomS teach the parents to support the teachers in technology, and provide "just in time" technology training for the teachers and students on the campus. We provide and train the necessary on-site parent partner that in turn teaches the necessary in-service classes and stimulates the integration of the technology and parent program.
I looked at your site, and I will also pass it on to my CMomS and my lecture students.
Jeanne Snyder, CMomS
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