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DIANE COPELAND

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: prerequisites
Posted: Jun 4, 1998 11:39 AM
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Good luck with your Calculus Class. Dcopeland-Missouri




> Date: Wed, 03 Jun 1998 19:35:41 -0400
> From: MELISSA KRIMMEL <258977@sbuniv.edu>
> Subject: Re: prerequisites
> To: Multiple recipients of list <ap-calc@ets.org>
> Reply-to: ap-calc@ets.org


> I have just joined this listserve. I will be teaching Calculus in the
> Fall for the first time. Suggestions welcomed. Thanks. Melissa
> KRimmel - Missouri
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> > Date: Tue, 02 Jun 1998 19:27:48 -0400
> > From: JRichens@aol.com
> > Subject: Re: prerequisites
> > To: Multiple recipients of list <ap-calc@ets.org>
> > Reply-to: ap-calc@ets.org

>
> > I agree with Murray..
> >

> > >> My attitude has always been that every student has the right to fail.
> >
> > I advise students of what is recommended for a particular class, but if they
> > still want to give it a shot, I let them. Most struggle valiantly, but
> > persevere and learn a lot along the way. The minority either excel or bail. In
> > any case the student has tested themselves against a challenge and have
> > learned more about the subject and/or themselves through it. Regardless of
> > their decision I set the pace for the class, and they keep up.
> >
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> > Jack W. Richens, Jr. Phone:
> > 573-445-8565
> > Christian Fellowship School Fax:
> > 573-446-1697
> > 4600 Christian Fellowship Road
> > Columbia MO 65203
> >

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