So I’m sick so I am thinking… about… Remember one thing, what ever people tells about you, it’s only sometimes correct!… most of other times, it’s like looking in a mirror. (your eyes) now they judge about (themselves) without they’re knowledge. (suggest: don’t care)
Sorry if there exists some horrid grammar, I’m sick and my dysgraphia comes out in full force when I have head colds.
So I have a knack for teaching, I figured this out a long while ago. While I’m not pursuing a teaching job as it isn’t necessarily something I love doing I don’t shrink from opportunity to educate when I can about subjects I’m knowledgeable about. Though if there are any points I’ve found to be most important both as a teacher and as a student it is the following two.
First try to keep things tangible and as retentive as possible. If your teaching a general course avoid specific examples unless your sure they characterize the vast majority of cases. Obviously rule of cool may intercede, but don’t be surprised if your student mistake all cases for the cool case. So you know be careful. As you move…
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