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5 Responses to “Blended Classroom”

  1. Van L. Hayhow Says:

    Uh, what possible excuse could there be for using such a stupid picture in the first place

  2. Polish Peter Says:

    Wrong on so many levels:
    for fifth graders
    teaching physics to fifth graders

  3. charlie Says:

    They’ll do anything to get kids to study physics…

  4. Greg Says:

    That image easily could be part of a 21st century Garden of Earthly Delights.

  5. theprofessor Says:

    Perhaps this is a new approach to teaching physics that avoids the patriarchal, authoritarian methods of the past, following the lead of feeling-based math?

    Farmer Brown is selling two steers at market. Live cattle sell at $162 per hundred pounds, and Farmer Brown’s steers together weigh 2500 lbs.

    Old math question: how much will Farmer Brown receive for his cattle?

    New math question: how do you feel about Farmer Brown’s participation in the exploitation and murder of animals?

    The new physics (?)

    The radius of a blender’s blade is 3 cm. The blade spins at 5000 rpm for 1 minute.

    Old question: how far does one tip of the blade travel?

    New question: explain how the blender symbolizes the grinding domestic oppression of women at the hands of men suffused with rape culture propagated by the resistance of late-capitalist ideology to its inevitable collapse.

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