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John Fibelkorn

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: Saxon
Posted: Dec 6, 1995 4:50 AM
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>You mention the Teacher Resource Manual for Saxon encouraging the use of
>manipulatives, cooperative learning, portfolios etc. When I asked for a
>teacher's edition all I got was a book with a complete set of anwers. No
>teacher notes at all. I've had mine for a few years. Could you explain a
>little more about this Teacher Resource Manual.
>Thanks
>Cindy
>cschimek@tenet.edu
>


I am not referring to the Teacher's Edition. This is a magazine size
resource book with tips and techniques for the Saxon program. Videos are
also available. Just contact a customer representative at 1-800-329-7071.
I think it's ext. 500. Or you may find info at http://www.saxonpub.com/

Also this resource book has some good record keeping sheets for the teacher
and students and test analysis forms.






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