When What We Think We Know Prevents Learning

Vintage engraving showing the Seasons of the Earth, 1891
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If you’ve got 20 minutes, I’ve got a video that will change the way you think about teaching. It’s aimed at K–12 educators, was released in 1987, and explores basic concepts in astrophysics. But don’t let any of that deter you. The topic is timeless and applicable to all fields. I’m confident the video will rock your universe.

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