> > 2. Do you agree with the statement "Most teachers teach as they were > taught, not as they were taught to teach"?
Is there any research base for this belief?
> > 4. What's wrong with "remediation" as a means of reaching "students at > risk"?
I guess there is nothing wrong with "remediation" if the process is realy remedying the problems. It seems, though, what's happening is that sudents are put through the same process which landed them in their positions in the first place. I wouldn't call that "remediation".
Tad Watanabe Towson State University Towson, Maryland 21204