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Topic: Re: Spiraling at the Elementary Level
Replies: 3   Last Post: Jun 27, 1995 12:52 PM

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Chi-Tien Hsu

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Re: Spiraling/Revisiting/Relearning
Posted: Jun 15, 1995 9:43 PM
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Dear Ron:

I am very interested in your Unified Spiraling. Would you be kind to send me some example you mention in your earlier posting? Let's say about fraction and decimal.
My address is :
Chi-Tien Hsu
Princeton University
#T-155, Princeton Plasma Physics Lab.
James Forrestal Campus
P.O. BOx 451, Princeton NJ 08543-0451

Thanks



Ron wrote:
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The best way I know to communicate this is by example. So, if interested
readers will identify ONE specific grade level of particular
interest to them [anywhere, K-6], and will give me a POSTAL address, I will
send them a representative sequence of spiraled lessons on some topic.





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