Routines like Railroads
I made a tool that will help on the first day of class – it uses the analogy of a train on a railroad track to signify how our class needs to run. If the track is broken and the train gets off track, it is slow going. On the other hand, if we take the time and make a great track, then we can go farther, faster, and do much cooler things. Here is a picture of the two extremes.
I used a figjam to make this and can toggle each track between broken and fixed with just a keystroke. It’ll be way better than the paper one I made 6 months ago!
Now to plan the perfect way to introduce each of these sections.