|Date: ||Thu, 16 Nov 2000 16:39:09 GMT|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||John Iwaniszek <John@IWANISZEK.COM>|
|Organization: ||Road Runner - NC|
|Subject: ||Re: completing homework assignments (was Time Indicator Variables)|
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Dianne Rhodes wrote:
> > My personal
> > preference, if I know for sure that it is a student seeking a homework
> > answer, would be to point them in the right direction with a
> > partial answer
> > and then let them figure out the rest for themselves.
> Yes, I think that is an excellent approach. I also agree with what Ron Fehd
> said in this area.
> > I feel that the student is cheating himself by not doing the work and
> > instead getting an answer off the internet.
> Yes, that was part of what I wanted to talk about. I had a photography
> teacher who always wanted to "help" me hands-on in my darkroom work. I
> finally told him, I am never going to learn how to do this if _you_ do it.
You should have told him to keep his hands off.