in the past we learned at the voice of teachers.
slowly they revealed thier position as we sat for hours listening to thier point...and then putting thier ideas down on paper, to be marked for accuracy.
and we did this for many months at a time, becoming expert on the internal state of the teacher and becoming a clone of thier ideas as we graduated.
many of us emerged from this process in a state of shock, programmed to regurgitate reams of useless information so that we could get our degree and go to work for a decent wage.
now we learn from others who went before us, absorbing thier experience and thier strategies and tactics to prepare us for the next thing in our lives.
we can access a million experienced voices and sort them at the speed of our newly sped up brains.
the stress for the old brick-and-mortar style must be agonising.
how dare we teach ourselves....