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I read receently your article "Problem Solving and Diabetes Regimen Adherence by Children and Adolescents with IDDM in]]>Aug 28, 2004 7:05:08 AMAug 28, 2004 7:05:08 AMrachelpried@barak-online.net0Re: Math strategies
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>Hello, > >My name is Jessica Acosta.I put my name on]]>May 3, 2004 2:44:11 PMMay 3, 2004 2:44:11 PMperla_880Is there 'proof' that math builds critical thinking skills?
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or is this just an idea that seems correct but has not been empirically]]>Mar 23, 2004 6:01:11 PMMar 23, 2004 6:01:11 PMcgoldberg@monroecollege.edu0cooperative learning
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help me?

]]>Jan 2, 2004 5:21:17 AMJan 2, 2004 5:21:17 AMguzissa@hotmail.com0discipline problem students
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the sciences.

Limit what they participate in. A few times missing]]>Dec 9, 2003 1:07:11 PMDec 9, 2003 1:07:11 PMjtitzer@aol.com0problem students
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I teach a high school biology course where 75% are discipline problem students. I give them strict orders and directions and make sure]]>Dec 9, 2003 1:01:45 PMDec 9, 2003 1:01:45 PMstelper@hotmail.com0Discipline
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not participate in any labs. They do seat work alone. Usually]]>Dec 9, 2003 12:59:11 PMDec 9, 2003 12:59:11 PMjtitizer@aol.com0disciplin problem students
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a science lab?

Is there an approach to get them to settle]]>Dec 5, 2003 12:42:08 PMDec 5, 2003 12:42:08 PMmattinglyz@yahoo.com3discipline in science courses
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What are you supposed to do with those displine problemed students in a science lab?

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