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Year: 1996 – Province: British Columbia
Paul Grey of North Oyster Elementary School in Ladysmith, British Columbia, specializes in creating learning opportunities. For example, he has developed a World Wide Website where students and teachers can work together electronically. The site is set up so that more interaction is possible as students gain experience with the system. Mr. Grey has also developed other activities so students can get hands-on experience with technology, such as designing and testing meteorological instruments and collecting data from the Hubble space telescope through the Internet.