Art

Teaching

Teaching is the art of channelling the complicated structures you carry in your brain over a simple enough channel for your student to take in. When you do it right, the feed creates an echo of your structures inside their minds, giving them a new framework to attach thoughts and ideas too. In this design, the luminous, large structure on the left is teaching the growing shape on the right. You can see the swirling structure of new knowledge taking shape. One interesting note: From a technical perspective, the shining shell of the "teacher" shape is actually an extra decoration. The shell isn't part of what is getting passed on. Without the shell, it looks much more like the "student" shape, simply larger. While it's useful to distinguish those who practice teaching professionally, it's also wise to remember that most teachers are simply people with extra decorations.

Teaching

Teaching is the art of channelling the complicated structures you carry in your brain over a simple enough channel for your student to take in. When you do it right, the feed creates an echo of your structures inside their minds, giving them a new framework to attach thoughts and ideas too. In this design, the luminous, large structure on the left is teaching the growing shape on the right. You can see the swirling structure of new knowledge taking shape. One interesting note: From a technical perspective, the shining shell of the "teacher" shape is actually an extra decoration. The shell isn't part of what is getting passed on. Without the shell, it looks much more like the "student" shape, simply larger. While it's useful to distinguish those who practice teaching professionally, it's also wise to remember that most teachers are simply people with extra decorations.

Teaching is the art of channelling the complicated structures you carry in your brain over a simple enough channel for your student to take in. When you do it right, the feed creates an echo of your structures inside their minds, giving them a new framework to attach thoughts and ideas too. In this design, the luminous, large structure on the left is teaching the growing shape on the right. You can see the swirling structure of new knowledge taking shape. One interesting note: From a technical perspective, the shining shell of the "teacher" shape is actually an extra decoration. The shell isn't part of what is getting passed on. Without the shell, it looks much more like the "student" shape, simply larger. While it's useful to distinguish those who practice teaching professionally, it's also wise to remember that most teachers are simply people with extra decorations.