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#1 24-01-2019 09:11:29

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School courses should be elective

All students need certain "inputs" of education. Language, History, Math, Science, Physical Eduation, and the Arts. It's how you deliver the "product" not the product that counts. I had a general studies Econ course that was extemely popular. Why? It taught the students what they had to learn without letting them know. It also began with "what do you want to get out of this class other than a grade/?" I met their needs and they learned what I felt was necessary. Within the confines of the standard curriculum. There was a math teacher who taught a course in statistics. Part of the course was the throwing of dice. Part of it was the playing of black-jack to teach statistics to sophomores. BUT basic statistics WAS taught. I remember a student in j.h. who hated math but loved woodshop. So HE learned his math in woodshop. He didn't thing it was math, it was woodshop. That's fun! We all laughed. Just math by a different name. It how you deliever, not what you teach.

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