Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 06:49:34 -0500
Author: "Tom Gill"
Subject: Re: Selling CBL and other physics lab equipment -- no longer teaching AP Physics.
This sounds odd to me. Should the winner of a grant get to sell the
equipment for personal profit? It seems that the school should keep the
equipment for its students.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 8:25 PM
Subject: Selling CBL and other physics lab equipment -- no longer teaching
> My wife and I recently retired from teaching high
> school, and we are selling all the CBL stuff we won
> from a grant. It's all in pretty good condition as we
> only used it for about three years with AP students.
> New CBL's run for around $170 brand new, and we would like
> to sell the motion detectors, 3-g axis accelerometer and such
> for 50% of what you would have to pay for brand new.
> I slapped together a webpage using FrontPage and put
> up info about all the stuff we are selling:
> Shoot me an email if you interested. If enough ppl
> are interested, I'll throw it up on ebay.
> If someone bids me $1700 (it's worth $3400 brand new) for everything,
> then I'll pay shipping
> and escrow costs.