It certainly happened to me as a kid. I would be finishing up a big exam, reviewing my answers, and I'd take another glance at a tough question, wondering: Should I change my answer? Or should I keep my first, instinctual response?
You’ve done something cool. Maybe you’ve written a 300-page, fantasy novel set in the year 2547, or maybe you’ve some developed some life-changing software that will finally make email manageable.
Should you trust your colleagues? Should you have faith in educators? Do your students even want to do the right thing? I hear these questions a lot, and I think there’s a pretty clear answer.
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