Ken has a great post on a project his kids are working on.Â They’ve researched 4th Amendment Supreme Court cases and are filming re-enactments (he hopes).Â Technology has given them the opportunity to learn in a way that they couldn’t before, and even if they never get to finalizing filming and editing, he’s okay with that.Â Unfortunately, others may not be as excited.
Because process doesn’t fill the seats and it surely doesn’t wow the eyes of the masses.
But it’s not about what they do with their understanding that creates the ‘wow’ factor; rather, it’s about how they reach that understanding that is the educational equivalent of CGI.
I had a ‘wow’ moment a few years ago that was very similar.Â Unfortunately for me, I was 30 before IÂ realized thatÂ theÂ process towards the goal is almost always more rewarding and educational than the goal itself.
Think about it.Â Looking back, which did you enjoy more–graduation, or being in college?Â Winning a championship in a sport, or the hard work you put into trainingÂ so that you couldÂ win?Â Getting the girl, or chasing her?
I’m on a tangent now.Â Forget what I said, just read Ken’s entire post.