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rognstadgr
reply to hillaryyarbrough
Wed Jun 10, 2015 17:05
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I really liked that you brought up the importance of having patience. It is so easy to get ahead of ourselves and want/expect our students to learn these concepts quickly. Like you mentioned it is so important to remember that it all takes time (that we don't really have)! But in the end the result is priceless.

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