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Dr. William Cashin (Kansas State University) shares tips on how to develop good questions to ask your students plus how to respond to the questions they ask you.
January 25, 2010 in Advice for Teachers, Pedagogy, Teaching tools, Tips for Teaching | Permalink
Teaching tools, Tips on teaching
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