Process vs. Answers

It’s very interesting to see others at school grapple with the idea of the process being more important than the answer.  In math, a boy asked once again how the teacher grades the homework, the idea that it is graded purely on whether you tried it or not clearly a foreign concept.  When my science teacher explained the importance of process and discovery, I’m sure I was grinning from ear to ear, remembering the pulsilogia experiment here at Applewood in 7th grade.

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