Bruce; it did not offend m


Bruce; it did not offend me, it is just a soft spot with me. I do not know “you” but I have come to know your post and I know you had the best intentions in mind. Just my own experience in learning trades, I have always felt that when this was done to me, well….but each student is different in their learning abilities.
I have found that if I could point out an existing work to a student w/o affecting their own it tends to sit better and in my experience the student was not so distracted by their own work being affected. We home schooled our children and we used a very tough course set, it did pay off well, but over 12 years x 2 I gained a lot of experience in teaching by using existing work. Although my children were young the first time I tried a re-work of their work, their tears had a huge impact.

But it may just be my personality because this is a soft spot.

Luke it would be good to chime in on this issue, since Bruce is a teacher in this art, I defer to him, but it is you the artist that must be open and honest with a teaching style, otherwise learning ability is stumbled.

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