Project Begin and End Dates: February 15- March 31, 2002

Project Summary:

Students will create a graph that will be part of an online interactive graph book.  They will analyze the graph's data and create three questions about their graphs for students to solve.  See Example The graphs and questions will be sent to Susan Silverman and posted on this web site.

Project Level: Grades K-2

Number of Participants: 25 Classes

Curriculum Fit: Mathematics and Language Arts

Project Objectives:

Since this is a global project, the activities are designed to support mathematics and language arts learning standards from a variety of geographical areas.  It also supports the following  National Educational Technology Standards for Students. (NETS)

NETS for Students

1.  Basic operations and concepts

  • Students are proficient in the use of technology.

2.  Social, ethical, and human issues

  • Students develop positive attitudes toward technology uses that support lifelong learning, collaboration, personal pursuits, and productivity.

3.  Technology productivity tools

  • Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, preparing publications, and producing other creative works.

4.  Technology communications tools

  • Students use telecommunications to collaborate, publish, interact with peers, experts, and other audiences.

Project Coordinator: Susan Silverman
Instructional Technology Integration Teacher
Comsewogue School District
Port Jefferson Station, New York

How to Register:

Please e-mail  the following information to Susan Silverman

  • Your name, e-mail address, URL, school name, town, state, phone number

Previous collaborative projects coordinated by Susan Silverman can be seen at: