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What do your students think about such as assertion? Is there a way we could know for sure without counting?”) They acquire basic skills in the process of solving meaningful problems — often with their peers. They make increasing use of technology and other teaching strategies that they themselves never experienced as students. The new generation is as comfort- able with the PC as they are with the telephone.

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