On Wed, 25 Sep 2013 06:06:40 -0600, Jonathan Crabtree <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> a) They are lazy. > b) It's their job to teach existing courses, not experiment with new > courses. > C) They don't know about Benezet > d) They don't care about Benezet. > e) No retraining has been mandated. > f) Parents would complain if their child was not taught math at the same > age they were. > g) Parents would arrange tuition and undermine the principles of Benezet. > h) The Russian (Davydov) method is better. > > Repeat question with Davydov instead of Benezet. > > Repeat responses a) to g). > > Strike out a) as teachers are usually overworked and underpaid.
You left out: They already "know" what works and what doesn't.
- -- - --Louis A. Talman Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Metropolitan State University of Denver