I know it may very a bit depending on what type of class it is, but I want to get a feel for how long everyone will sit still long enough to learn something (yeah right). I want to put together a small guide for classes and I want to know about how long I should plan for my upcoming electronics class.
Some things are meant to be closed. Your mind isn't one of them.
Post by jimustanguitar on Dec 11, 2013 14:26:49 GMT -5
I thought you were categorizing a smoking hot teacher as someone who's 6+ in the looks department... I thought we were going to have to have a talk
I think it depends on whether it's a "community" class for anybody off the street (like building a flashlight at 1st fridays), or if it's something that the regular makers want to work on and learn about like Phil's class on google scatsup. For a community exhibition type of class less than an hour, for something more advanced as long as it takes, you know?
People generally can only retain about 3 hours of "new information" at any given sit down. The retention takes a steep drop after that unless a completely different learning model is instilled. Your "Wires get tired"