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I agree with Dawn. The more I allow the lesson to be student controlled, I feel the more my students learn. Although I sit back and]]>Mar 31, 1995 4:54:23 PMMar 31, 1995 4:54:23 PMkqk0162@is2.NYU.EDU0Re: Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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> >3. The author points out that the United States is "one of the few >countries in the world that continues]]>Mar 28, 1995 5:08:12 PMMar 28, 1995 5:08:12 PM0191enel@informns.k12.mn.us0Re: Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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On Mon, 27 Mar 1995, Ronald A Ward wrote: > > 3. The author points out that the United States is "one of]]>Mar 28, 1995 1:49:51 PMMar 28, 1995 1:49:51 PMtad@midget.towson.edu0Re: Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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>3. The author points out that the United States is "one of the few >countries in the world that continues to]]>Mar 28, 1995 12:35:31 PMMar 28, 1995 12:35:31 PMhannigan@mail.utexas.edu0Re: Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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>2. React to this myth: "The best way to learn how to solve complex >problems is to decompose them into a]]>Mar 28, 1995 10:05:02 AMMar 28, 1995 10:05:02 AMroitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu0Re: Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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>Ronald A Ward wrote: I am continuing the]]>Mar 28, 1995 9:42:25 AMMar 28, 1995 9:42:25 AMdhkidd@mail.utexas.edu1Chapter 5--Everybody Counts
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57-70. Please feel free to comment as we lead up to all the Boston]]>Mar 27, 1995 3:46:27 PMMar 27, 1995 3:46:27 PMronaward@henson.cc.wwu.edu6