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Topic: Problem Solving
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David Scott Powell

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Re: Problem Solving
Posted: Feb 25, 1995 8:01 AM
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>I base nearly all of my teaching on "problem solving", at every level
>from elementary school through differential equations and beyond. I
>think this helps students think about what is going on.
>
> Bob Davis, Rutgers University


hmmm. Well this seems a little vague. How about explaining what you do.
Maybe some examples or something would be nice. I wondering what you think
I mean by problem solving.

Scott Powell
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