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  • Paul Dever
    Reply to: RE [ujeni] Fwd: school geography lesson How can it possibly teach them about geography. They could learn more by consulting an encyclopedia,
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 6, 2000
      Reply to: RE>>[ujeni] Fwd: school geography lesson
      How can it possibly teach them about geography. They could learn more by
      consulting an encyclopedia, which is a book that we used to use to read
      things....I am not sure many kids know that these days...

      They can learn about email, and the internet I concede that, but
      geography, no...

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      Date: 4/6/00 3:26 PM
      To: Custodian
      From: ujeni@egroups.com
      I checked the hoax sites, and nothing was mentioned about this sort of
      thing. I guess it's just a popular way to teach kids about geography and
      technology at the same time.

      >>> "Paul Dever" <pdever@...> 4/6/00 10:17 AM >>>
      Reply to: RE>[ujeni] Fwd: school geography lesson
      How does one know if this is real? I get about 8 each day, so there are a
      lot of grade schools that want this thing...funny the request is exactly
      the same, but the school name changes...hmmmmm

      SO let everyone kow that they're received in Mali....

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      Date: 4/6/00 1:54 PM
      To: Custodian
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      Hello everyone,

      I thought my Peace Corps acquaintances might provide a nice broad spectrum
      of locations for this class. Thanks,

      Brian





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    • emma spenner
      Actually, it is called spatial distribution. And technology is a large part of Geography right now - GIS, GPS, etc... However, I do think you are right, Paul,
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 6, 2000
        Actually, it is called spatial distribution. And technology is a large part
        of Geography right now - GIS, GPS, etc... However, I do think you are right,
        Paul, kids should consult the good 'ole Atlas and Encyclopedia more than
        they do.

        I guess I felt that I should pipe up, since I am getting Master's degree in
        Geography right now. A lovely field, indeed. I will be heading to Ecuador
        this summer to do "geographic," hands on research in the highlands. Perhaps
        I should email the fourth grade class from Ecuador, for diversity's sake....

        Emma Spenner
        M.S. Candidate, Geography
        Western Washington University


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        >Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2000 15:28:34 +0000
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        > Reply to: RE>>[ujeni] Fwd: school geography lesson
        >How can it possibly teach them about geography. They could learn more by
        >consulting an encyclopedia, which is a book that we used to use to read
        >things....I am not sure many kids know that these days...
        >
        >They can learn about email, and the internet I concede that, but
        >geography, no...
        >
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        >Date: 4/6/00 3:26 PM
        >To: Custodian
        >From: ujeni@egroups.com
        >I checked the hoax sites, and nothing was mentioned about this sort of
        >thing. I guess it's just a popular way to teach kids about geography and
        >technology at the same time.
        >
        > >>> "Paul Dever" <pdever@...> 4/6/00 10:17 AM >>>
        > Reply to: RE>[ujeni] Fwd: school geography lesson
        >How does one know if this is real? I get about 8 each day, so there are a
        >lot of grade schools that want this thing...funny the request is exactly
        >the same, but the school name changes...hmmmmm
        >
        >SO let everyone kow that they're received in Mali....
        >
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        >Date: 4/6/00 1:54 PM
        >To: Custodian
        >From: ujeni@egroups.com
        >Hello everyone,
        >
        >I thought my Peace Corps acquaintances might provide a nice broad spectrum
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        >
        >Brian
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