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re: John McCollum: HS teacher taught electronics with love
Bert22306   12/17/2012 11:24:14 PM
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It's wonderful to read about this sort of teacher. Everyone should have at least one such, in high school. I was lucky enough to have had two such, one for general science, and the other for physics. Definitely both were "instrumental" to my education and to help solidify what I thought I wanted to do when I grew up. And I've been using what they taught me to this day. Counter-intuitively perhaps, the general science teacher, who graduated with architecture degree from undergraduate school, ended up getting a PhD in ... art history! Obsessed with ancient Rome.

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