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Free materials for primary education in physics available

Please have a look for my newsworthy post in our Google discussion group! Although we are here at secondary level, these materials may be useful for us in some ways. And if you know colleagues at primary level, please spread the news...--Günther Osswald 09:01, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Lots of thanks for whoever made the release possible,I have eargerly waited for it...just wondering how someone with scanty german language knowledge like me could possibly play a role in the translation. I am of the view that the online tools are not good enough..

BTW,I fore see our group paying a key role in starting the initiative in our primary section...after all this is the time when science foundation is built...and what better way to start!--Vkizza 10:26, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Hi Vincent, sorry to tell you that I for the time being can not see our group "paying" such a key role. :-( GünOsswald 11:27, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
No, but in serious, Vincent, I think you're right. We should not say this or that is "only" primary ed content. I think we can use everything. And seeing that in one of your final exams students were asked how many cm are 1,56 m, then primary sometimes is secondary too. So I just begin to work on pulling SUPRA into WikiEd, and I am pretty sure this could develop into a very nice community project for us  :-) --GünOss 09:54, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
The first page in the wiki (pilot project) you can visit here: User:White_Eagle/SUPRA. Please compare with the original--GünOss 11:37, 3 November 2008 (UTC)--GünOss 11:37, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
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