> Frequently, trying to understand the >difficulties of the other students greatly enlarges the "more advanced" >students understanding of the subject area (especially math) and human >nature.
In my experience, this has never been the case. this is just tlike the old idea that of you pair-uo a good kid and a miscreant, the miscreant will learn to behave. What hapoens is that the "good kid" either learns to be a miscreant, or gets his ass kicked (or both). Putting morons together with average, or above average students can only impede the brighter students
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