Learning: A Learner's Lesson From Buddy

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Go stack rocks.
Be patient.
Look down at what's there. Wait for the first one to call you. It will.
Look at what you've done with the first one and then look for its mate. Repeat.
Go stack rocks.
Bigger rocks are easier, but work with what you can hold at head level for five minutes.
There is a vertical line. See it. Put weight there.
Be patient.
Go stack rocks.

Here's some of my friend Jennifer's first day's work [hold mouse over "info" links for Buddy's captions]:

This is my lesson to the would-be stacker/balancer:
Go stack rocks.
Be patient.
Listen for the click. Feel it.

- Buddy Smith

...tell me about an Academic Lesson
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Rock on, Rock ON!

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Bill Dan,
Palace of Fine Arts, SF, 1998