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Topic: Math/Science Standards
Replies: 1   Last Post: Aug 5, 1995 4:02 PM

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Norm Krumpe

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Math/Science Standards
Posted: Aug 2, 1995 2:18 PM
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>It was actually a science workshop, but
>they wanted to talk about connection between math and science, so I,
>along with a couple of my colleagues, were invited. We found that *none*
>of those teachers heard about the NCTM Standards. Later that day, I was
>attending a panel discussion on math/sci reform movements. They were
>talking about this "resistance" to the reforms. I thought it was rather
>ironic that these reform efforts are alaready being doomed when many of
>typical (I thought) classroom teachers have yet to hear anything about
>it. I wonder if something similar happened with "New Math" period.
>
>Tad Watanabe


At the same time, I have to wonder just how many of us have taken a look at
(or are aware that work is even being done with) the Science Education
Standards.

Norm Krumpe







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