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How would assisting on designing a course look on an application?

mrpreppymrpreppy Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
At my school I am assisting my teacher redesign his Adv. Geometry class' curriculum and create a new course for students who are not ready for Algebra 2, but are too advanced for Geometry. What are you all's thoughts about including this in my application?

Replies to: How would assisting on designing a course look on an application?

  • N's MomN's Mom Registered User Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    Sure, why not if you are spending a lot of time on it and don't have other high profile things that you want at the top of your EC list. But a better approach might be a letter of recommendation from the teacher who obviously values your input if he or she has asked you to help with this important task. He or she can detail your contribution as well as say the right things about you as a student.
  • whats9plus10whats9plus10 Registered User Posts: 71 Junior Member
    why not, not why
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