He made a point of not saying expert. If he did say that, then I’d understand the backlash. What another book says is irrelevant when we are solely watching this video. Vintage tell me it’s just a cat and I will tell you that you’re just an idiot shirt And this Malcolm Gladwell – I disagree with his statement but not the concept of what this video is saying.
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There is one aspect to ‘expertise’ no one has yet fathomed, as far as I know…It’s a very peculiar phenomena and, as far as I am aware, lies entirely within the autistic domain. I’ve only met one but we have seen them on film ‘Rain Man’…There may be others. ‘Savants’. That is a rare occurrence, indeed, whereby someone possesses an exceptional ability without having practiced it in the traditional sense. ‘Rain Man’ and an ex-student of mine had incredible computational aptitudes. Vintage tell me it’s just a cat and I will tell you that you’re just an idiot shirt I’ve seen another on TV with an ability to reproduce objects with almost photographic accuracy with a pencil and paper. Very bizarre.
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yeah we can agree to disagree on that one. I appreciate Malcolm Gladwell’s point because the guy does excellent research. I don’t think any can make a statement in a cultural vacuum. One of the keys to communication is knowing your audience and talking to them in a language they can understand. I would ask what was his point in bringing it up if it’s not related to the previously held belief? Its definitely not the quanity of time but real focus quality time.
Stop lying to others and worse lying to yourself. If you appear to be learning but your mind is not focus always get distracted, always let your mind wonders off even day dreaming, then no amount of time is good for you. You make a good point, Lee. It’s a slightly garbled point but a very good point nonetheless! Often a student will hear or see something that grabs their interest….They start attempting to fit that into their world of understanding…This happens the second they hear or see it and so, what the teacher goes on to say is ‘unheard’ whilst the student mulls over what has interested them…Teachers know and understand this as normal.