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Having a problem to solve is a way of providing a mental hook, or set of hooks, on which to hang the concepts you intend to use.
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“Having a problem to solve is a way of providing a mental hook, or set of hooks, on which to hang the concepts you intend to use.”
—Terry Freedman

“We are already seeing technology democratize access to education—but soon the education itself will become even more powerful with the help of AI and virtual and augmented reality.”
—Peter Diamandis

“I have found the quietest students in my class speak the loudest on social media.”
—Don Goble

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