Leveraging your ignorance to benefit students

Guest Post By Charles Cooper

Our world is surrounded by mystery. We seek out limits to our knowledge when watching movies, reading dystopian books, and even as we converse with friends. The mysterious, framed the right way, compels us to seek and enrich our lives and who we are. Often times, absence of mystery in relationships, tired stories, and mundane routes to work put real pressures on us that effect our daily mindset. It’s torturous!

The lack of a reliable source in Truth has compelled man for eons to explore, invent, create, and, at times, reorder perceived reality.

Mystery and lack of answers compell. Having things or ideas handed to us without having work for those things, often, result in ingratitude and stagnation.

How is your content delivered to students? Are you the source of all knowledge? Do your student struggle for your acceptance of their answer or do you struggle with your students as you seek, as partners in education, a new continent of knowledge and experience?

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