02:11 - Brian’s Superpower: Being Able to Teach People Stuff
- Guiding Learners Towards Outcomes and Success
- Connecting with Students on a Deeper Level
- Active Learning
13:15 - Building Relationships
- Adults vs Kids
- Tapping Into Individual Motivation
18:34 - Learning Useful, Real-World Material
- Exercises For Programmers
- Systems Thinking Speech by Dr. Russell Ackoff
- Working Backwards: Identify Outcomes/Goals => Write/Build Content/Material
- Docs Are (can be) Wrong!
31:39 - Constructive and Interactive Learning
- Learning Happens Through Feedback and Practice
- The Shannon Communication Model
- Experiencing Joint Activity
37:12 - Conversation Theory
43:27 - Teaching Vs Mentoring
- Mentoring is a Deeper/Closer Relationship
- Being Open to and Honoring Feedback
- Teaching and Learning Are Activities, Not Roles
Jacob: There isn’t enough content that is in the category of, “Here’s a problem for you, go solve it,” to learn.
Jamey: Identifying things (i.e. hobbies) that get other people excited and motivated to learn.
Rein: Often the best way to learn something is to teach it, and often the best thing for a teacher to do is get out of the way and find ways to support the learners.
Brian: The need for more complex problems to learn things.
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