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Topic: RE: [math-learn] FCI and CCI in China #2
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Robert Hansen

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RE: [math-learn] FCI and CCI in China #2
Posted: Jan 23, 2012 1:44 PM
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John wrote...

"Now when you refer to "our high school physics class" I assume you mean a private school."

No, I meant a public school like I stated in my other reply. I was unaware that you went to a private school. I meant that I would like to see an IE representation of physics, over a two year period, that covered all of the material my class in (public) high school did. The type of class that starts based on algebra 2 and progresses on to calculus. The students will generally be taking calculus by then but some will not but the physics teacher teaches it also. I assumed that these classes existed because Hake has made reference to them in his papers. The only way to know if they are sufficient compared to the traditional standard is to compare them by content.

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