On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 4:01 AM, Robert Hansen <email@example.com> wrote: > > On Nov 15, 2012, at 11:48 PM, kirby urner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Maybe I should just "go underground" with this program and stop sharing > so much about it here. What do I have to gain from always freely sharing? > There's no point trying to push it all through math-teach again, all the > same > sausages. > > Thanks for helping persuade me to drop the frequency of my posting here. > > > Oh geez, grow up. > > Are you telling me that after 5 minutes into your act, if just ONE kid asks > "Why?" or "How?" you wouldn't stop dead in your tracks and switch to > explaining mode? That seems to be how it works for me. > > Bob Hansen > >
I think why I need to drop my frequency of posting is this is an outgrowth of an NCTM list and the focus is very much K-12.
Although I teach full time and regard my content as STEM / STEAM, my typical client / student is not usually a minor.
My talk to the Portland user group on Tuesday was about "adult education" as well.
However, the overlap is here: teachers. I expect I will be teaching many teachers, and that's what I was doing at Pycon 2009 (how we billed the event, a co-presentation by another corporate trainer and myself).
That being said, I continue to be interested in and to have an investment in what goes on in K-12 and 13-16 (4 college).
My resolve is to post relatively more to the adult-focussed groups and relatively less to the kid-focussed groups.