Different strokes for different folks. Different ways for different days.

We test what we know and do by the different ways we know and the different ways we do. Generally speaking, the more ways we know how to do something the more efficient we become in doing that thing effectively.

Likewise, the more ways a teacher knows of how to teach something, the more efficient he or she becomes in teaching that thing effectively.
 

If there are different kinds of people
Then there must be different ways of knowing
And if there are different ways of knowing
Then there must be different ways of learning
And if there are different ways of learning
Then there must be different ways of teaching
And if there are different ways of teaching
Then there must be different ways of doing
Whichever ways we choose to do
It is wiser to understand before we do
Because If we do not
What we do

Will never make us know.” 
Afca Dawa
 

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Let us keep this in mind when we do what we do and when we teach what we teach.