Monthly Archives: September 2009

Archetypes Can’t Tell Time

One way to understand the idea of “making a judgement” is to think about it as a choice that can be made in the gap between a stimulus and a response. It is, of course, the polar opposite of automatic, and its effectiveness is dependent upon the length of time available in that gap. ┬áThat […]

First Comes The Music

Too often we try to teach the steps to a dance before letting our students find their way by simply moving to the music. I believe that is a common failure in trying to teach almost all subject matter. Even the expression “subject matter” implies something ┬ádull and inert sitting in solid impenetrable silence unwilling […]