Initially, I had no definite teaching idea, simply ingrained willingness to be open and no less rooted distrust of all, intellectual or administrative.
Author: Maguy Chailley More «first previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 … next> last” 1 result Results A free mathematics research in: archive grade level> second degree> High School The Breach For teachers teaching Maths journal Techniques> math research in December 1976 A FREE SEARCH MATHEMATICS How can students in the state of research? I think, as Edmond Lemery, that there is no discrimination to the starting point of mathematical research; that the student is interested in a subject is a necessary springboard for his work. But the problem for me is to be born this initial curiosity that grows to embark on a search. Author: Helen Haudiquet More 1 result Results Hopes and disappointments of multicorrespondance In: The Educator CEL For teachers teaching journal Principles> Communication> correspondence in December 1973 Authors: Christian Poslaniec and Lucette DENUEL More 1 result Results Mutation in Chronic The Educator CEL For teachers review in December 1973 I was in error in this C.E.G. in transit for a year. Furthermore, certified, I benefited, it seems, both the aura of respect and a certain caution on the part of my future colleagues. I knew no one: nobody knew me. Initially, I had no definite teaching idea, simply ingrained willingness to be open and no less rooted distrust of all, intellectual or administrative. homework hel Author: Joel Gemo More 1 result...Read More