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Topic: Problem Solving
Replies: 5   Last Post: Feb 25, 1995 2:33 PM

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Andre TOOM

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Re: Problem Solving
Posted: Feb 24, 1995 8:38 AM
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On Thu, 23 Feb 1995, David Scott Powell wrote:

> something out and see what happens. The question is do you use problem
> solving in your teaching? If yes, how? If no, why not? Then maybe if
> someone wants to look at the standards to see what they suggest that would
> be good too. Responces?


All my teaching consists of problem solving.
All my research also.
All my life also.
What is the point ?
Mmm, I understand. Standards... Well, they are vague about it.
Andrei Toom







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