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Topic: Fwd: Re: meaningful standards (fwd)
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Steve Means

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Re: meaningful standards (fwd)
Posted: May 30, 1995 1:47 PM
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I believe tomorrow is just another way of looking at today. I think we
need to do "all of this" at once. My students asked me what I thought.
My response was to observe that at any particular time I seem to both
seek generalizastions, use generalizations, identify a context, apply and
investigate past experience and present problems. I find it very
difficult to freeze and focus my brain on just one part of the

At best I can set a goal of responding primarily to one particular part
of the whole process. I drift, however, to the most interesting (to me,
at the time) part, often to the distraction of other workers, wh drift

from Steven S. Means
Math and Technology Teacher at Sammamish High School

On Tue, 30 May 1995, Gary Martin wrote:

> Steve: The question that I have with the Basics idea is... When does
> tomorrow come? When do the specifics finally appear? In other words,

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