Monthly Archives: April 2011

Discounting your problem-solving

As I was leaving the other day, a student said that she would come to see us the next day to ask some questions about her assignment. She said she had tried to do as much of it herself as she could, and had only done 70% of it.
The “only” made me start — she […]

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Frayed research

Phew! I submitted our article for the MERGA conference last week and now I feel like I’ve come out of hibernation: I’m standing blinking in the sunlight wondering what happened to everything I was doing before I started work on the article. (One of those things was this blog, which is why I’ve been quieter […]

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