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Topic: Fractals
Replies: 29   Last Post: May 9, 1995 10:14 AM

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Francis Fennell

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Re: Fractals
Posted: May 4, 1995 12:42 PM
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OK, it the last day of class and I am tired. Yes, fractals as patterns,
fractals as relationships, fractals as geometry are certainly feasible at
the grade 6 level. Frankly, I think there is a greater chance that such
activities will be completed the less "fanfare" there is over introducing
yet another new strand into an (prior statement) already overloaded

Thanks for making me think differently about this issue.

Skip Fennell

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