> > On May 4, 2014, at 9:48 PM, Richard Strausz > <Richard.Strausz@farmington.k12.mi.us> wrote: > > > Why would you ask me a question about what someone > says when you have access to that person? > > I explained before that that Dan asked me not to post > on his site. > > > > > In general I find it difficult to communicate K-12 > teaching issues to a non-teacher. That is just my > hang-up. > > I seem to be doing a very good job teaching. And > there are other teachers here as well. I am sure that > we could understand your answer to my question. Give > it a shot. Surely you must question why there are two > standards in teaching ?algebra?. > > Bob Hansen
Other posters to Math Teach, including GS and Kirby, seem to have endless patience in having the same discussion with you over and over. I have tried more than once, and I lack that patience.
I'll give you the last word on this topic if you'd like, but I'll reserve the right to write about other activities that motivate learning.