Daniel Stucke
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St Peter's RC High School
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http://www.mrstucke.com
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http://followmemaths.wikispaces.com
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About Me
I'm a Maths teacher.

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At 5:38pm on January 16, 2008, Brian said…
Daniel--I tried commenting, but when I did, it said, "You must log on"--apparently one must have to have an administrative password to comment. The part I like was about the plan on professional growth and what it involves. My folks over here are interested in seeing what's required for teachers around the world--very interesting.
At 5:32pm on January 16, 2008, Brian said…
Thanks for writing back so soon. I'm working in the UK for some of this summer (my first visit) and I'm so nervous wondering if there will be any culture shock. It's fun checking out the UK blogs to sort of get a "feel" for this summer!
At 10:07am on January 13, 2008, Brian said…
Hi Daniel--I tried leaving a comment o your Edublog but it blocked me, so I'm leaving it here:
(1) I got some great ideas from your blog for a presentation I'm making at my state conference presentation...I plan to share it with colleagues
(2) A colleague and I were showing a website to his students, and they were wondering why the UK names the subject "Maths" while we name it "Math." Any clue?
 
 
 

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