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"going on to another topic" observation. J. Albani

On]]>May 9, 1995 10:14:30 AMMay 9, 1995 10:14:30 AMjalbani@mailbox.syr.edu0another topic: hug the world
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Here's another topic: Who tried the NCTM's "hug the world" activities during Math Awareness Week? How well did the activities]]>May 9, 1995 1:56:34 AMMay 9, 1995 1:56:34 AMaddington@gallium.csusb.edu0Re: Fractals
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> > On Mon, 8 May 1995, Tad Watanabe wrote: > May 8, 1995 10:15:36 PMMay 8, 1995 10:15:36 PMkmichalo@pen.k12.va.us2Re: Fractals
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I guess we have reached the point of fundamental disagreement. I do not make such a generalization that disucssion of "advanced" topic is a]]>May 8, 1995 9:53:00 AMMay 8, 1995 9:53:00 AMtad@midget.towson.edu0Re: Fractals
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> Andrei: > > What is such a big deal? Do you seriously think]]>May 8, 1995 9:27:34 AMMay 8, 1995 9:27:34 AMtoom@the-college.iwctx.edu1Re: Fractals
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Andrei:

What is such a big deal? Do you seriously think you analogy of cheerleaders is comparable to the discussion of fractals, no]]>May 8, 1995 7:59:27 AMMay 8, 1995 7:59:27 AMtad@midget.towson.edu2Re: Fractals
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> > > Thank you, Han, for this very interesting message. >]]>May 7, 1995 7:20:20 PMMay 7, 1995 7:20:20 PMmikegold@UMICH.EDU0Re: Fractals
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Thank you, Han, for this very interesting message. I must apoligize: I wrote something which seemed to mean that I am against speaking]]>May 7, 1995 4:34:59 PMMay 7, 1995 4:34:59 PMtoom@the-college.iwctx.edu4Re: Fractals
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fractals into the early grades. Namely: 1) To get the students to become]]>May 7, 1995 6:23:56 AMMay 7, 1995 6:23:56 AMsah@math.sunysb.edu5Re: Fractals
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> Andrei, > > Regarding what my students learned as a result of]]>May 6, 1995 10:29:42 PMMay 6, 1995 10:29:42 PMtoom@the-college.iwctx.edu0