Mar 17, 2007
Putting it all together. In any learning exercise, it's necessary to do that from time to time.
In elementary school, I often wondered about the sense of what I was being made to learn. What use would I have for it was one question. The other question was if the subjects were being presented as separate entities, did they ever come together?
And so, here we look at it from an "all together" point of view to see what is to be seen. And do you know what? There's a secret that some elementary school teachers didn't bother to share with me, but it became an important part of my research in graduate school. The secret is this: If you put them together, then even more is revealed!
And here in this episode is a quick peek at what I mean. There will be more of it later, but here is the first peek.