The Curse of Knowledge in an Infant Safety Class [Byrd]

"…learners will not raise their hands and say, 'I don’t understand what you’re talking about.' No one wants to look like they’re stupid, so no one asks. Then the teacher assumes that, since no one asked, everyone must get it." https://t.co/efm3UBjwHy — Daniel Christian (@dchristian5) June 17, 2020

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