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Topic: imaginary numbers
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Janet V Smith

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: variables and numbers
Posted: Dec 13, 1995 10:57 PM
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To Marc's reply about internship, I readily add middle school and
elementary school.


On Sun, 10 Dec 1995, Marc Vidulich wrote:

> On 6 Dec 1995, Andrei Toom wrote:
>

> >Marc, my sarcasm was not directed against teachers. They are heroes.
> >Answering your question: I have never taught in a public high or
> >middle school on a regilar basis. But I communicated with children
> >of this age very much - in special educational projects. I understand
> >that my experience is limited because of that.

>
> You really would benefit from a "internship" with a high school maths
> teacher. Quite eye-opening, I would think.
>

> >> ...I feel most teachers at this level do a wonderful job.
> >I agree.
>
> Why, then, the negatives??
>

> >You mean that there is a rule in Ireland that a teacher's salary is
> >decreased if he moves to another district, however is the reason ?

>
> I don't know yet about Ireland but it is this way in the States!! If I
> choose to leave the school district I am in now (6 years experience in this
> district, 15 years overall, Master's degree) and apply and get a job in the
> neighboring school district I would probably go from $36,000 to $29,000.
> Imagine the decrease of a teacher of 20 years in the same district!!!
>

> >You mean that they failed every time ? Yes, I can believe it.
> >This is a result of education for everybody. Well, there was
> >something wise in the American education of the 30-60-s,
> >so criticised by Adm. Rickover. If it is possible to get
> >credits for `consumer awareness', `tie-choosing' etc,
> >everybody will succeed. And everybody will be happy. Amen.

>
> Every class!! 3 years, 6 subjects per year, 18 Fs!!!
>
> Tell me more about the education of the 30s-60s.
>
> I think everyone will be happy when EVERYONE can choose and be trained in a
> profession they have a talent in or an affinity for and, if they work hard,
> can earn a decent living and have the respect of others in the community.
> When the only thing I'm really good at is manual labour or factory work and
> I either can't get a job or I don't make enough to live reasonably well but
> my neighbor is pulling in $200,000/year as a "professional", I might have a
> problem with that. For those NOT willing to work hard or sacrifice few
> people I know have difficulty in giving them nothing more than the bare
> necessities of life or cutting them off altogether.
>
> Marc
>
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Date Subject Author
12/3/95
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Lenny VerMaas
12/4/95
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Rex Boggs
12/4/95
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Susan L. Addington
12/4/95
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roitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu
12/4/95
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Sam Evers
12/4/95
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Susan L. Addington
12/4/95
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Jack Roach
12/5/95
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Michael j. South
12/5/95
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roitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu
12/5/95
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Andre TOOM
12/6/95
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Tom Johnson
12/6/95
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Andre TOOM
12/6/95
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Tom Johnson
12/6/95
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Andre TOOM
1/1/96
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Steve Rockey
1/1/96
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1/1/96
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1/1/96
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12/6/95
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Rebecca Corwin
12/6/95
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Michael Paul Goldenberg
12/6/95
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Lou Talman
12/6/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/6/95
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Andre TOOM
12/6/95
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12/7/95
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Michael Paul Goldenberg
12/7/95
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John Fibelkorn
12/7/95
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W Gary Martin
12/10/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/13/95
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Janet V Smith
12/14/95
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Sheila Cunningham
12/14/95
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Chi-Tien Hsu
12/14/95
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Tad Watanabe
12/14/95
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12/14/95
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Kenneth P. Goldberg
12/15/95
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Sheila Cunningham
12/15/95
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12/16/95
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Arthur Howard
12/14/95
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Lutemann@aol.com
12/14/95
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Lutemann@aol.com
12/15/95
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Lou Talman
12/10/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/14/95
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W Gary Martin
12/14/95
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Chi-Tien Hsu
12/14/95
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Michael Paul Goldenberg
12/14/95
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Andre TOOM
12/14/95
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Jack Roach
12/15/95
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W Gary Martin
12/14/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/16/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/5/95
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Michael j. South
12/5/95
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Richard W. Wilson
12/5/95
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roitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu
12/5/95
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DORSDUNHAM@aol.com
12/6/95
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Marc Vidulich
12/24/95
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