Supporting such spaces for math and science requires a broadband Wide Area Network that can handle data, voice and video traffic; Local Area Networks with wired and wireless connectivity at every site; portable math and science probes; Webcams and GIS technology.
* Learning in cyberspace--School could be supported by virtual learning games and virtual tutors.
Cyberschool also requires WAN; LANs; and a capacity for peer-to-peer networking; personal access devices; software for personal learning plans and the Virtual Guidance Counselor System.
* The elementary school classroom--Online learning would be typical. Fifth Grade 2010 would require a license to a distance learning service; a school messaging system; and an interactive whiteboard.
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