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Regina Fischer left Moscow because of the persecution of Jews in the 1930s, bringing her child with her to the United States. She spoke seven languages fluently and was a teacher, registered nurse and eventually a physician. 4 5. After living in several cities in.
ISBN. This page from the preface quot;s Martin Gardner writing in The Skeptical Inquirer in 2001: "William Targ's beliefs in the paranormal trickled down to his son Russell, and now they have descended on Russell's attractive and energetic daughter Elisabeth. Her mother, Joan, by the way, is the sister of chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer." Additional sources edit).
Joan Fischer Targ (July 8, June 2, 1998) was an American educator who was an early proponent of computer literacy and initiated peer tutoring programs for students of all ages. As a child, she bought her younger brother, Bobby Fischer, his first chess set and.
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"Mutmaßungen über Fischer". Retrieved b "Bobby Fischer". Chess Life. United States Chess Federation. 54 (16 357. 1999. In June of last year, Bobby Fischer's sister, Joan Fischer Targ, died at the age of 60 of a cerebral hemorrhage. She taught Bobby how to play chess.
8 Her husband, Russell Targ, worked at SRI International as a parapsychologist, and her daughter, Elisabeth, also became a parapsychologist. 15 Joan Targ was noted for her activism for organic farming, having built an organic farm soon after she married Russell in 1958. In 1976.
ISBN "Computer literacy". Personal Computer Magazine. 2 (12 153. 1983. Probably the person who's doing more than anyone for computer parity for girls (and minority boys, and senior citizens, and disabled people, and anyone else who needs it) is Joan Fischer Targ of Palo Alto.
Johnstone, Bob (2003 Never Mind the Laptops: Kids, Computers, and the Transformation of Learning, iUniverse, p. 150, ISBN. a b "Teens Teach Educators Computer Literacy", Montreal Gazette, September 10, 1983. Williams, Linda V. (October 1982 "Kids Teach The Teachers: A unique exchange of rolesthe teachers are.
In the early 1980s, she created and led a programs sponsored by Stanford University in which elementary school teachers were taught the basics of programming by high school students. One focus of her work was bringing computer literacy to girls, senior citizens, and other groups.
6 7 Proponent of computer education edit Targ founded a number of programs to study the teaching of computer literacy, including programs in the Palo Alto Unified School District, 8 9 as well as the Institute of Microcomputing in Education at Stanford University. 8 10.