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Re: Educational texts - written language teaching
>> I've been thinking about texts concerning the usage of GNU/Linux in
>> schools. I'm really not sure whether this is anything usefull at
>> all, or if it's something just out of any techers common sence, but
>> I've started out on a text for teaching reading and writing.
>I find you paper very interesting and will talk about your ideas to our
>primary school teacher.
>Could you include link of the application you speak about ? Or even
>further exemples/ideas of possible applications.
Yes, that's a good idea. Lletters was from a link on seul-edu.. KDE
and it's KDM is in the normal KDE-distribution, in kdebase i suppose
(www.kde.org). KLyX is http://www.devel.lyx.org/~ettrich/klyx.html
(the similar LyX is http://www.lyx.org/).
I'll put these in the text.
I will put the text on
'http://hem.fyristorg.com/edufs/texts/r_w_learning.lyx' and '.tex'.
>> (I'm having a pause in the expmath development, waiting for the next
>> version of cln that should come soon and be compilable with libc6 2.1)
>What is cln ?
Class Library for Numbers, a good c++-library for a lot of
mathematical functions, different number sets, infinitely high
precision etc. I use it to get simple rational number handling with
a type-safe c++ environment.
I think expmath and Dr Geo have somewhat the same aim, but two
different ways of teaching. They will probably work perfectly side
by side for a student. (only I've got some months left to a usable
Educational Free Software - http://hem.fyristorg.com/edufs/