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Old 12-13-2016, 11:26 PM
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Yeah, access to more learning content than at any point in human history, thousands of people willing to give of their time and energy to share their knowledge, a level of sharing and instruction that could not be imagined even 20 years ago, and most of it totally free.....can be so inconvenient and annoying.

Sometimes the things people complain about bewilders me.
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Old 12-14-2016, 08:41 AM
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Yeah, access to more learning content than at any point in human history, thousands of people willing to give of their time and energy to share their knowledge, a level of sharing and instruction that could not be imagined even 20 years ago, and most of it totally free.....can be so inconvenient and annoying.

Sometimes the things people complain about bewilders me.
I don't think you are really understanding the nature of what this thread is all about. It would seem most instructors would like to have an evaluation of how they could teach better. This thread talks about what they can do to become better instructors. Not all instructors are really suited to be instructors, just because they can play a guitar, no matter if they teach for free or not. A good teacher should be able to learn valuable lessons from the ones they teach. After all don't we all want instructors to be the best they can be?

Sometimes the things some people don't want to understand also bewilders me.
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Old 01-03-2017, 04:25 PM
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I have been planning a video lesson for a while, but don't have anything to upload yet because of the difficulties I have encountered along the way.

When I watch lessons, I take
Note of the things that I find disruptive and then discover how hard it is to not be disruptive when filming myself!

There is both art and skill required to produce an effective lesson.

It does seem that a good number of folks posting how-to videos didn't do any planning, which results in the kind of sloppy production that annoys those of us on mission.

My grandmother , were she alive and listening, would say " if you think you can do better , get to it!".






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