Why can’t I stop wasting my time, and my student’s time and money, with only teaching theory that they forget the next day? For me to feel fulfilled as a trainer, I want to be an effective trainer and make a real and lasting difference in the life of my student. But how?
Read this article in the New York Times about how to fight fascism effectively. It helped me understand what we need in order to fight, not just fascism, but any kind of lack of knowledge and understanding. Simply replace the words “organizers” with “trainers” and the words “voters” with “students” to find an insightful perspective on how to be an effective trainer.
Do you agree that “A trainer’s job is to participate in the process by which students process their experiences into positions.” Let us know what you think about this statement and this article.
[Note: The New York Times lets you read 10 articles a month for free, without being a subscriber.] Find the article here: Opinion | A New Playbook for Saving Democracy, Defeating Fascism and Winning Elections – The New York Times (nytimes.com)
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