Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and I wonder “What happens to my students. Did I have an impact on them? Was it positive or negative? Where are they now? Did I teach them anything they find valuable today?” The Tale of Two Educational Environments:
Engineers Should Be Problem-Solvers One of my son-in laws works for a company that builds ships for the U.S. Navy like the one shown above. He’s in charge of a couple of hundred engineers that do the design work. From time to time he confides to me that good engineers
My wife’s brother died recently. He was a mediocre student and didn’t see much point to the traditional education he was receiving. He didn’t graduate from high school. Many Gifted People Don’t Have an Easy Life As I look back over his life, I realize he was most certainly gifted.