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David Epstein

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Welcome to mathedu
Posted: Jan 7, 1997 4:35 AM
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Welcome to mathedu. I hope that subscribers will find this a useful
place 1) in which to discuss their ideas, and 2) as a forum for
exchange of information, for example: who is trying the same methods in
different parts of the world?

To send messages to all subscribers, write to mathedu@msri.org.

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a post-calculus level). However, if a point about teaching young
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David Epstein (mathedu list-owner)





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