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I am currently working towards my undergraduate degree in bilingual education at Houston Baptist University. I am working on a]]>Sep 21, 2003 2:35:00 AMSep 21, 2003 2:35:00 AMmmc2434@hbu.edu0Re: boonies
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>Well Steve, > > You always seemed a little more rational than some]]>Aug 13, 2003 3:40:00 PMAug 13, 2003 3:40:00 PMbimbo_claire@hotmail.com0Re: boonies
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>Well Steve, > > You always seemed a little more rational than some]]>Aug 13, 2003 3:38:00 PMAug 13, 2003 3:38:00 PMbimbo_claire@hotmail.com0Quick $$ Easy
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========================================== $$MAKE LOTS OF QUICK CASH THE EASY]]>Aug 13, 2003 6:54:00 AMAug 13, 2003 6:54:00 AMghettobyrd@kl.com0Re: the NCTM Standards and Multiple Intelligences Theory
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study MI with Gardner and David Perkins. It was very cool. Right now]]>May 20, 2003 2:21:00 AMMay 20, 2003 2:21:00 AMrcapps@visalia.k12.ca.us.1Re: Constructivism a pedagogical method?
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I must say your focus and analysis on the true nature of the fuzzy math debate was very concise.