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Re: Is a "second chance" ok?
Posted: Mar 4, 1997 6:24 AM
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In a message dated 97-03-02 14:32:01 EST, you write:

<< If you've ever hung wallpaper,or applied math skills in any other
practical way, you know that 80% isn't "passing" at all. I, too, require
100% on all math papers..... I still think it's the only honest way to
teach math. >>

Very interesting point... I give my students a "second chance" to attain 100%
by letting them re-do the problems they got wrong... and as I mark tests I
note whether it is a "computation error" or a "concept error"... am I being

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