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3. Do you think that differences in accomplishment in school mathematics are due primarily to differences in innate ability, to]]>Mar 5, 1995 7:08:38 PMMar 5, 1995 7:08:38 PM0191enel@informns.k12.mn.us0Re: Everybody Counts
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> 1. How do you think we can prepare students to be "mentally fit" > workers?

This seems a difficult]]>Mar 3, 1995 12:10:06 AMMar 3, 1995 12:10:06 AMSIMONR@ULVACS.ULAVERNE.EDU0Re: Everybody Counts
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Not only are the typical courses putting students through material they were]]>Mar 2, 1995 10:36:20 AMMar 2, 1995 10:36:20 AMjimleitz@unlinfo.unl.edu0Re: Everybody Counts
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> > 2. Do you agree with the statement "Most teachers teach as they were > taught, not as they were]]>Mar 2, 1995 8:38:14 AMMar 2, 1995 8:38:14 AMtad@midget.towson.edu1Re: Everybody Counts
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Thanks for getting the conversation started with regard to Everybody Counts.

Beginning teachers may look to how they were]]>Mar 2, 1995 8:21:53 AMMar 2, 1995 8:21:53 AMjimleitz@unlinfo.unl.edu0Everybody Counts
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three NCTM Standards publications [Curriculum and Evaluation,]]>Mar 1, 1995 4:47:49 PMMar 1, 1995 4:47:49 PMronaward@henson.cc.wwu.edu5