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Topic: RE Sketchpad and Technology
Replies: 2   Last Post: Jun 18, 1995 3:25 PM

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DKier@aol.com

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RE Sketchpad and Technology
Posted: Jun 16, 1995 10:03 PM
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>Why have any drudgery at all? Why not give
>interesting problems that naturally cause students to think about stuff
>that is basic to a concept. Responces?


What if this idea was used in med schools for new surgeons? After thinking
of all these interesting problems he's ready to perform surgery.

How about a carpenter?

I don't know about you people but I had to practice, practice, practice to
learn to tie my shoes with proficiency. Is not math the same way?
Dan
DKier@aol.com





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