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Subject:   RE: Does step size really equal speed?
Author: ihor
Date: Apr 22 2007
Craig wrote:
>The additional complexity of thinking about how
> step size and step rate relate to speed might be just the sort of
> question with which you can differentiate instruction.  It may be
> over the heads of many students, but there may be some for whom this
> is an entirely appropriate endeavor.  Bottom line:  you know your
> students, and you adapt the lesson to maximize benefit to each.

Ihor's response:
Right on! That's what makes teaching so interesting and challenging.

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