I am a fan of yours, from yesterday.
I watched your videos on Beolab 90 first time yesterday. And hence.
And happened to see this video link as well (New Hero!). I was just wondering, how did you notice this video, and what made you to post it in your blog, though you would not have understood a single word in her lecture?
And between me and B&O – No B&O was in my possession until a year back. Now, I own a complete set of B&O 4500 system (Beogram/CD/Cord/Beomaster/Beolab all 4500s plus a Cona new-in-box). That happened within 6 months after I came to know its existence, first the speakers and then the complete system.
Nice to “meet” you. And thanks for the kind comment!
My wife sent this video to me because she knew that I would be as impressed as I was by that woman’s ability, not only to teach, but to teach different methods simultaneously. I believe very firmly that different people learn things differently, and teaching different strategies for solving the same problem ensures that more students will be better equipped as a result.
As for not understanding the language – you make an assumption that I do not understand her. Admittedly, your assumption is correct, but it really doesn’t matter, since the “real” language in that video is mathematics – which I do understand at a basic level…
Nice to hear from you.
Appreciate your love to Mathematics.
My wife is a Mathematics teacher in a University.
Myself is a mechanical engineer with some interest in old electronics, from the period of 80s to 90s.
The biggest Mathematics lesson I have ever seen is this:
(If you have not seen it already).