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Have you ever read something, or seen a video, that inspires you to make some serious changes in your life, only to find yourself still doing what you’ve always done?
- Have a concept in mind.
- Explain in simple language.
- Look for gaps in knowlege.
- Fill in the gaps.
- Repeat the process.
First figure out why you want the students to learn the subject and what you want them to know, and the method will result more or less by common sense. -Richard P. Feynman
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Talk About It
- What is your initial reaction to this topic? What jumped out at you?
- What are some concepts you know you should adopt but have struggled to put into practice? Why are these important to you?
- Have you had success in starting new habits in the past? What habits? Were you able to keep those habits long term?
- Why is it important to be able to explain a concept to a third grader? What is the Feynman Technique really getting at by saying we should be able to do this?
- What is an area you would like to try this model on? Why is growing in that area important to you?
- Write a personal action step based on this conversation.