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From: Kimberly Herbert (kherbert_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed May 21 2003 - 17:11:47 PDT

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I know several of you use the elf projector. The one where you can show
3-D objects or demonstrate techniques and projected them on a screen or
smartboard. I'm researching a LEAF grant (local foundation for our
district) to fund equipment for our science lab. I'm interested in
getting a elf for the lab. Would we be able to show basic techniques
that were not to messy? For example could you show how to put create a
slide for the microscope, show the steps in an experiment, etc. on the


The grants have to be innovative, and we have been told not to include
school info in the main grant papers just the official cover sheet. I'm
doing 1 for the science committee for equipment for the lab, one for the
tech committee for a smart board for the computer lab, and one for my
classroom maybe a smart board for my classroom.





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