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Topic: Fractals
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Andre TOOM

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Re: Fractals
Posted: May 6, 1995 10:29 PM
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On Sat, 6 May 1995, Janet V Smith wrote:

> Andrei,
>
> Regarding what my students learned as a result of exploring fractals-I am
> afraid you will have to take my professional observations.


I shall be happy to.

> I do not have
> a check off list of what discrete skills my students grew more competent
> in, such as long divisions, or time/rate problems. I can tell you that my
> students greatly increased their conceptual knowledge of infinity, they
> also got a preview of some problems they will revisit in the future. They
> displayed perseverance as problem solvers, which I believe strengthens
> their ability to solve all problems.


This is especially interesting. Please, please,
formulate some of the problems your students solved.

Andrei Toom








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