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Topic: Why trig?
Replies: 21   Last Post: Apr 3, 1997 4:17 PM

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Mark Priniski

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Re: Why trig?
Posted: Apr 3, 1997 9:46 AM
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Mr. Roach says...
>Apparently Mr. Price idea of teaching mathematics is to provide students
>with job training. I wonder what he would make of history or music or
>literature. Are teachers of those subjects providing their students with
>job skills?
>


As a teacher of both Math and Music I find this interesting. The first
line of the "Homework" sections of my math class outlines begins "Like any
other art form, to do math well you need practice."

I work hard on applied and integrated curriculum, but it's important to
remember the artistic aspects of math as well.

Mark

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