Tuesday, January 30, 2024

School Life #39: Helium and Iron

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Learning was assessed, just not the learning that was expected.

This was just one of those things that pops up in Geometry class when things are written on the board, and they appear to be something else when looked at out of context. And someone who is less aware (or more asleep) might not have the proper context. (Reference "What's a Parabola?")

A new semester is under way. I hope it's fruitful. In the meantime, I'm catching up on old Regents exams so I can avoid rewriting something that needs to be rewritten even though I don't want to rewrite it. (Edit, sure, but rewrite?)

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