My Best Teaching Is One-on-One


Of course, I team teach and do special lessons, etc.


But my best work in the classroom is after the lesson is over --
going one-on-one,
helping individual students with their assignments.


It's kind of like with computer programs, walking the client through hands-on.
The job isn't really done until the customer is using the program.


Thursday, May 19, 2016

Fixing bad links in my novel

In my first novel, which I am in the process of writing:, I had bad links in chapters
  2., and
The links had skipped ahead to chapter 11, so if you are reading it, you may have missed chapter 10: And things might have made even less sense.

(I'm still working on the characterizations in chapters 04 to 09.)

The novel is about two good Mormons who get left on a desert island alone. (I know, I know. What do they say, Fools jump in where angels fear to tread? I'm a fool.)

My intent was to show the economic interactions in a very simplified system, something like timing feathers and cannonballs dropped in a vacuum chamber.

Hey, isn't simplification one of the first steps in solving hard problems?


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