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Old 07-06-2018, 07:51 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by Muse View Post
If you want to explain it to me go for it. I will listen.


IMHO not everyone can or should be a teacher. Some people are at such a level that what they know and how to explain it does not trickle down in a classroom. They just can not make that adjustment. Add in the ego factor for some professors and that makes it worse.

These are the classes, at least in my experience with other college students, why they have a " fear" of certain classes. Especially when that is the only instructor teaching that class.

If we are in a field we love and do well in it might make no sense why others don't just get it. But not everyone will get Physics,Chemistry, Math and a host of other degrees. But that is why we are in the fields we are in, we simply get the material and enjoy it.
The equivalent saying in sports is that the greatest athletes rarely make good coaches.
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