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Topic: PUSHING children to learn math Vs. ENCOURAGING children to
learn math

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Wayne Bishop

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Re: PUSHING children to learn math Vs. ENCOURAGING children to
learn math

Posted: Aug 7, 2013 12:23 PM
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At 10:06 PM 8/6/2013, GS Chandy wrote:

>And, in your opinion, PUSHING children to learn math is more
>important than ENCOURAGING them to do that?


Done well, they are inseparable. Nothing is more encouraging to
learning more mathematics than is seeing some of the power of
mathematics already learned.

Wayne



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