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Anna Roys

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Re: Math Forum and the math-teach discussion
Posted: Jul 21, 2007 6:18 PM
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Thank you Steve.

More ideas to consider:

Keep the list self governed and ?

Choice 5 might be that we give types (A) or (B) to our threads when we start
them. Then, for example, if a member wanted to veer off from a math teaching
thread to discuss a related political issue, a new thread could be created
labeled as the other type and vise-versa


Example:
Singapore Math - A (teaching of math discussion)
Singapore Math - B (related political discussion)


Choice 6 might be that if you start a thread, you become the "Moderator" of
that thread. We could define the exact role of this thread moderator.


I see this list is a "Teachers Circle" of sorts and is a lively forum with
many perspectives shown. I am fine with differing opinions.

I, however, could not see that vulgar language or personal attacks were of
any value, so I spoke up.

Anna
Thank you Steve.<br><br>More ideas to consider:<br><br>Keep the list self governed and ?<br><br>Choice 5 might be that we give types (A) or (B) to
our threads when we start them. Then, for example, if a member wanted
to veer off from a math teaching thread to discuss a related political
issue, a new thread could be created labeled as the other type and vise-versa<br><br><br>Example:<br>Singapore Math&nbsp; - A&nbsp; (teaching of math discussion)<br>Singapore Math - B&nbsp; (related political discussion)<br><br><br>Choice
6 might be that if you start a thread, you become the &quot;Moderator&quot; of
that thread. We could define&nbsp; the exact role of this thread moderator.
<br><br><br>&nbsp;I see this list&nbsp; is a &quot;Teachers Circle&quot; of sorts and is a lively forum
with many perspectives shown. I am fine with differing opinions.<br><br>I,
however, could not see that&nbsp; vulgar language or personal attacks were
of any value, so I spoke up.
<br><br>Anna<br><span class="sg"><br></span><br><br><br>


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