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Robert Hansen

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Re: . "R.L. Moore - Pioneer of Math Education Reform #2 - To Be
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Posted: Apr 19, 2013 7:33 AM
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On Apr 18, 2013, at 9:59 PM, Wayne Bishop <wbishop@calstatela.edu<mailto:wbishop@calstatela.edu>>
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Phil Daro? I first met him (and on a regular basis) in 1988 and many times thereafter either in person or electronically. For Prof. Hake to imply his position, and endorsed by Alan Schoenfeld, as some kind of middle ground pretty well says it all.

Wayne

I can't think of anyone who I would rather sit down with and design a mathematics curriculum than Phil Daro. I certainly don't identify Phil Daro with anything that Hake has publicly advocated. I do however find Hake and Moore very similar. It is hard not to see that they are both equally extreme.

Bob Hansen



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