Stop Selling Math For Its Usefulness
Sunil Singh

We don’t know what we can’t see. We can’t see what we don’t know. Therefore we don’t know what we don’t know.

Sometimes kids have to be forced into topics, below the sub-dermal layer, submerged in it…..before they know they have an affinity for it.

Just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down — in maths case, a real world application helps the theory go in. Sure its cheap — but it gets the point across the same a blog post does rather than having everything in white papers.

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