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But the second argument—that GNETS offers an unequal education—is more complex, as it requires discovering what students and teachers are doing in those separate buildings and classrooms. It appears that little grade-level content is being taught.
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If you've ever spent time thumbing through back issues of magazines like Scientific American or New Scientist, you may have seen adverts for the Curta – a strange little device that resembles a pepper mill. It cost a shocking amount of money and was.
MST-HS has become its own showcase of innovation, created with students like Hope in mind, students who might not flourish in a traditional high school but enjoy learning math and other skills with the help of sprockets and spokes. New Hampshire's.
In a flipped classroom, students are expected to spend time at home watching videos that introduce key concepts, and class time is then devoted to critical thinking or group exercises. She won a Big Apple ... to other educators. What's a word or short.
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Some skills you don't need past graduation: geometry , cursive, the ability to dissect a frog. ... But keeping it sharp requires practice . Just ask Ed Cooke, ... "Over time, we might be able to discover and share methodologies of learning that are twice.