On Jul 5, 2014, at 2:03 AM, GS Chandy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In real life; in the real world where most of us live, the learning and understanding of music or math or anything else are all hugely more complex than RH makes them out to be, and we (humans; science) know rather little about any kind of learning that we humans do.
This might help. Teaching everyone to be a musician or a mathematician isn?t complex, it is impossible. Teaching students with inherent interest in these subjects isn?t complex it is easy, once you understand how the process works.
What is complex is the source of freewill and inherent interest. I have pointed out many times here that teaching is not and can not be about deciding what someone?s inherent interest is, and I have provided tons of evidence and analysis why. All you have provided is that this is your goal because you think the world would be a better place if everyone or almost everyone had an inherent interest in math. I think the world would be a better place if everyone just developed what they are inherently interested in. The latter is doable and many countries do just that. The former is not doable nor is it even ethical.