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Stacey Goguen

Love this; really thoughtful points about inertia. Can't wait for part two!

Also sometimes I think I have the problem of trying to reinvent the wheel when designing a syllabus, so if you have any thoughts about how to avoid that, I am interested in hearing them.

Jerry Green

I wish: I'm a wheel-reinventor too!

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