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ncrawfor
Posted 8/21/2006 10:15 AM (#876)
Subject: pre/post test


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I haven't typed the pretest or revised the final test for our unit. If anyone is interested in helping let me know.
ncrawfor
Posted 8/22/2006 9:54 AM (#882 - in reply to #876)
Subject: RE: pre/post test


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Maybe we could do this on Friday and get it submitted. If we work together, it shouldn't take too long.
cwaespe
Posted 8/23/2006 3:13 PM (#893 - in reply to #882)
Subject: RE: pre/post test
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I think that sounds great. I have a 1PM meeting, but otherwise I am free after we get out of the 8:30 meeting.
ncrawfor
Posted 8/23/2006 9:12 PM (#896 - in reply to #876)
Subject: RE: pre/post test


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Let's type it right after the faculty meeting.
slucas
Posted 8/25/2006 10:39 AM (#910 - in reply to #876)
Subject: RE: pre/post test


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Count me in. I will be glad to proof it.
ncrawfor
Posted 8/30/2006 8:59 AM (#954 - in reply to #910)
Subject: RE: pre/post test


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The pretest and posttest have been submitted. Thanks to all who helped with that on Friday.
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