Live from NECC: Visual Math

Key Curriculum Press® announces the latest version of Sketchpad today at the National Educational Computing Conference. 
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Students at more than half of the nation's high schools use The Geometer's Sketchpad®, a software program designed to boost mathematical understanding through dynamic, interactive visualization. Key Curriculum Press® announces the latest version of Sketchpad today at the National Educational Computing Conference. Sketchpad Version 5 offers 100 new features and updates to help support a hands-on, visual approach to mathematics in the classroom from elementary school through college.

 Sketchpad Version 5 will be available for classroom use this fall. To sign up for updates on Sketchpad Version 5, visit www.keypress.com/gsp5.

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