New Curriculum Page

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    Dr. S.

    HI all.

    I’m experimenting with a new curriculum layout.

    Curriculum

    I think I want to drop the “course” layout. It is too intimidating I think and besides the books are well written and self contained. I think organizing the curriculum with the books as core, and then adding links to exams, downloads, student manuals, etc, in an easy to access format, seems like the best way. Let me know your thoughts about the new layout.

    Couple notes. One, it is just draft right now and two, the text links will be replaced with icons to further streamline the material

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    mohini

    I don’t find the “course” layout intimidating. I find it interesting & I like it. The new one we can not see really now, how it will look like. But it is true that the books are “well written & self contained”. I just wish that the new layout would be as well organised & interesting as the old one. There will be no lessons in the new one?

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    Rheaah

    I like this progression layout, thinking of solid stepping stones; looking forward to this development.

    RheaahSunshyn

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    denny

    <p style=”text-align: center;”>Simplifying in this way feels wonderful to me. So much more in tune with the idea of a “path”. A path is simple, ambling, private, vs say a superhighway. Not that the content, or rather “markers” on the path are in anyway simple, just the way to move to/around/within them. The “lightning” part of the path takes care of that.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: center;”>For me it would help remove a “grading” type association of slogging through a linear progression through testing/failing/competition that so much of the world has suffered from through school systems.</p>
    <p style=”text-align: center;”>I am on my phone and can’t flip back and forth to the content, but when I first read the words with the blue graphic behind it, it felt liberating and free flowing, like crystal clear water in a stream. I like this new direction.</p>

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