Tyler Ludens wrote:For me it helps to read/watch/listen to enough of a person's content to begin to get a sense of their personal philosophy and point of view. Here on permies, many people post frequently about their own experiences and observations, so one can get an idea of how they develop their practices, and any biases they may consistently exhibit. I find most people here on permies to be straight-forward and ready to answer questions about their techniques. People who are evasive don't seem to stick around here for long.
Sarah Koster wrote:This irks me a great deal, we all know that not everything online (and in books for that matter) can be trusted as as factual as it's being presented. What are some things we can look for to help us identify questionable articles and information, and what are your gripes?
Sarah Koster wrote:
But how can we protect ourselves from lying logic-disrupters, and help ourselves and our pupils discern well and make good decisions?