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How many sides to bhindi [edit]

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Written by on Nov. 22, 2012 in OT: Image.

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This image shows cross section of bhindi, which in most cases is pentagonal. But this image also shows hexagonal and septagonal sections in bhindi. Whether these were from different plants or from the same plant we don't know.


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md5_checksum_image: Dear Krishnaji,Thank you very much for sending brief news about Ghandruk, it crlnatiey has given us pleasure to know what is going on in Ghandruk.I was born and bred in Ghandruk but due to global migration, currently living in the global village in the UK. As such I am always endeavoring to keep myself up to date with the news and views about Ghandruk. The step you have taken is good for those people living abroad. If you would kindly send us such brief notes at least every six months would be great?Thank you so much.Warmest regards;

Regular Polygons in Nature [edit]

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Written by on Nov. 22, 2012 .

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In nature there are many shapes which are very close to what we would call regular polygons.


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Here is a good reference just for that Piaget’s Constructivism, Papert’s Constructionism: What’s the difference? - Edith Ackerman here Maybe in next meet we will discuss this issue, as many of us are already familiar with some ideas of Piaget and constructivism.


Re:1659Re:1657Twist: What is connection? [edit]

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Written by on Nov. 21, 2012 in OT: Reply.

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Papert says "Anything is easy if you can assimilate it to your collection of models." Thus we relate to things that we have some concrete knowledge about. This is not just in the classrooom teaching, but is in general true for all things that we learn in our life as well. This notion of assimilation is from Piaget's conceptions in constructivism which is furthered by Papert. And of course this does not have to be the same with everyone. Each individual will have some powerful ideas and memories from the childhood which help us in adult life.


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