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From: Ray M <raypublk@san.rr.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 1999031204:50:38
Subject: Re: Teacher help

Your actions should depend on how much time you are willing to devote
to this one student.  To be fair to the one student, you would have to
spend almost a whole extra class period with him/her at that level. 
On top of that you might have to spend an equal amount of time just
getting ready.

If you can afford that much time, you could use a self paced math
curriculum like Stanford's EPGY for schools:

http://hypatia.stanford.edu/epgy/Schools/index.shtml?main.html

If you can't afford that time commitment, go to the parents and
recommend that they investigate the same program as developed for
individuals:

http://hypatia.stanford.edu/epgy/Indiv/index.shtml?main.html

Both those pages are easily accessed from

http://hypatia.stanford.edu/epgy/


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