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Topic: Re: “Competition is Ruining Child
h ood: The Kids Should Fight Back

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Richard Strausz

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Re: “Competition is Ruining Child
h ood: The Kids Should Fight Back

Posted: Nov 13, 2017 8:07 PM
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> Richard wrote...
> "Bob, this is another example of a non-teacher
> looking for credibility by trying to diminish the
> credentials of a long-time teacher. Knock yourself
> out."
> In his post #11,199, Bob said:
> No one was talking about credentials...

However, Bob had claimed the following after my recent post:
> Richard...
> "One thing many persons realize is that the act of
> teaching something helps him/her understand the
> material better, too. The act of programming a
> computer to perform a task serves the same function
> in many cases."

> Bob:
> Right. You would know this because of all of your
> experience programming computers and what not.

It would appear that you assumed something about my credentials. Some might assume that your absence of teaching credentials might be a sore spot for you. However I don't make that claim.


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