Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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An article in today's Times. The author — or the editors — seem to disapprove through the use of the quotation marks. I recognize familiar phrases from that slide from Jones and Okun. What's the most surprising to me in this article, though, is how, according to the passage it quotes from a teaching manual, teachers who insist on right and wrong answers "perpetuate... fear of open conflict". How can that be? Isn't the distinction between right and wrong answers an invitation to an open conflict?

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