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Topic: Topic 5 - The Beginning of the End
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Robert Hansen

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Re: Topic 5 - The Beginning of the End
Posted: Oct 11, 2012 8:58 AM
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On Oct 11, 2012, at 1:43 AM, GS Chandy <gs_chandy@yahoo.com> wrote:

> After your having grown up in that kind of situation, it is surprising that have approximately zero understanding of just what a huge stride you must have taken to understand the value that learning (at that time) would bring to you - some 30/40/more years down the line!

I did not see value. Does a budding musician see value in music? A budding artist? A writer? I was a natural academic, as are many here on this forum. Let's not make up things we didn't see and propose to make others see them. Every student has potential, it is a teacher's job to find it, nurture it and grow it. The problem is that our system of education only sees potential in particular subjects, like algebra and not in its students.

Bob Hansen



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