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The Artifact Box
[A "Teaching Children Social Studies using the Internet" project based on the Boston and Massachusetts environment]



I became involved in an artifact box project when Deb Connerly placed a project announcement on the Internet. I responded that I felt the project would be beneficial to my class. After a long distance telephone conversation one evening, a snail mail packet, and a series of electronic mail exchanges, the project officially began. The plan was to have both classes discovering the contents of each other's mystery, artifact box the first week of December. When the activity was over, each class would return the original artifact boxes. To complement the project, I created this webpage so that others might learn more about Massachusetts and Boston.


Background: (Something about us)


Artifact Box Clues:



[Eureka database | Boston area and global links | USA timelines ]


As of December 4, 2003, you are visitor to enjoy our artifact information.

Created in 1998. Last modified: October 18, 2006
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