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William P. Berlinghoff

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Posted: Feb 6, 1994 9:18 AM
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In article <myron-220194110743@mac10.duponta1.swarthmore.edu> myron@forum.swarthmore.edu (Myron W. Goldman) writes:
>Is anyone using a nontextbook,inductive approach with activities as a
>pedagogical style for teaching plane geometry?
>
>If so, what have been the results? What have been the problems?


Have you read Christopher Healy's "Creating Miracles" (Key Curriculum
Press, 1993)? Maybe that's what prompted your questions; in any event,
it's one teacher's book-length answer to them.

Bill Berlinghoff





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