FOUR

Effective teaching happens frequently, but cannot be turned into a formula.

It is often the effect rather than the cause of many, many factors.

It’s pretty straightforward to do,

It is not at all complicated,

It doesn’t need to be studied under a microscope,

It’s remarkably commonplace.

It’s right under our noses but that’s our blind spot!

Why did we ever choose to ignore it?

It’s been there since Time Immemorial.

*My original commentary on Chapter 4 is here

*My commentary on this paraphrased version is here

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