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Learning & Teaching for Exponential Growth: A Three Person Problem

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This is a book based on the educational work of Walter Gong. Drawing on a wide range of examples, it shows how powerful ideas can continue to grow and become richer. It explains how we can increase our learning and improve our teaching exponentially through the "three person method" as well as how to "capture" knowledge, expand upon it, teach it to others and then evaluate ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published 2002 by Brigham Young University
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