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He taught woodwork to children by day and to adults by night. We adults queued for his courses. I think of Les Miller every time I hold a handsaw and flow with it the way he taught me.
One evening I asked him how he became such a good teacher.
Les replied: "I had been teaching for 15 years and one school holidays I put all my teaching resources in the incinerator and set fire to them and started from scratch."
It was a brave move that highlights a key point: Good teachers keep what is good, get rid of what is not.
Every now and then they take a broad fresh view of their teaching rather than such a close perspective.
| Not a patient teacher? |
But not necessarily a bad one.
The legendary golfer, Sam Snead, supposedly told one pupil:
"Lay off for three weeks...
"Then quit for good."
It may have saved the pupil a lot of hassle and time and allowed them to divert their energies into something that was worthy of their efforts.
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