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//On Rose's twitter Rose: If I was a precalculus student, I would simply factor correctly
//Ms. Duval is doing a trivia on herself Duval: What are the names of my dogs? //Timmy instantly raises his hand, Duval calls on him Timmy: Sam and Alice
//AP World Tad (out of nowhere): Why is this site about vaping and how to make a vape not blocked by school WiFi? Seat: Why are you even on that site to begin with? Tad: I searched up "Steam Engine."
Rose: I like teachers who are a little crazy. They make me seem more professional.
//Entomology, watching a video Narrator: A female emerges, and immediately there's a brawl. Reynald: That's like Caltech.
//Going to Wallops Duval: You know were getting close when we start seeing signs of the confederacy.
//Discussing an afterschool seminar for teachers Schafer: So the county supports this "10-2-2" plan. 10 minutes teaching, 2 minutes discussion, 2 minutes group work. So I'm like "Does this work for every scenario?" and he's just like "yeah..." So then I ask him "Then why did you just lecture us for an hour and a half?" And he says "Cuz it doesn't apply to this scenario!" And I'm like "You just said it works for all scenarios!" There's a reason I wasn't appreciated at those things.
Prange to Pham: “We have enough of this liquid to make 15,000 titrations, why do you keep ordering more?”
//Advanced Geometry Rose: So what makes a proof good? Nick: Correctness Rose: What else? Avik: So one of the good things about a good proof is that it should be concise, so that there are not any extra steps or unnecessary things in the proof that makes it harder to follow. Reynald (under his breath): Yeah, that applies to speech too
//Advanced Geometry //Dzhu is at the computer, drawing a diagram with Geogebra. Reynald stands watching Rose: Can we just have Reynald? He's easier to control. //later, as Reynald draws and the class explains the proof to Rose Rose: This is great, my responsibilities are shrinking, one by one, until I don't need to do anything.