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Now that summer's here and she's got some free time, Jane at See Jane Compute has been thinking about the idea of transparency in teaching. She poses a discussion question at her blog: How "transparent" are you in your teaching? Do you explain everything up front or allow more time for students to discover things on their own. What kinds of approaches do you use for different students, and how does each pan out?

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