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Topic: Re: "by type" and Problem solving
Replies: 2   Last Post: Dec 9, 1995 9:58 PM

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Juliet J. Rogers

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Re: "by type" and Problem solving
Posted: Dec 9, 1995 7:58 PM
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Dear MG:

Am I incorrect to interpret your message that a teacher's reflections are
insignificant and that they must be a subject of a research study to
carry any weight?

Although anecdotal evidence is not always considered to be scientific
method...sometimes it is extremely important. In fact, because we are
very individual learners it is imperative for teachers to be sensitive to
daily actions and there corresponding reactions.

-JR





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