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DanH150093@aol.com

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jun 30, 1995 5:31 PM
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Ed-

While I am a big fan of cooperative learning, most every time teachers are
put in groups to jigsaw or problem solve, I find the groups quickly
disintegrate. I think that's more a function of what weisenheimers (sp?)
most teachers are, but it's food for thought.

BTW. Last session I went to we came up with a term for teachers who use
portfolios according to the precepts of our bible, The Standards!

Portfoliocally correct. We got a big chuckle out of that one.

Dan Hart
LAUSD "Home of the world's largest portfolio"





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