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July 12, 2022, 10:26:36 AM
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I've got professors when I was on college that they're inserting topics that are not related to our discussion. So, I guess if you're finished with the topic that you have and you still have enough time.
I can relate with what you wrote there. I once did it with a high school literature class I was employed to teach. I had to introduce to them a few interesting texts outside the required curriculum to buttress certain points in the recommended texts. It worked very well as it made the students and class lively. I think what matters in all this is the teacher's use of discretion. If a teacher is good at what he does, the authority won't mind allowing him go extra mile in bringing whatever that will inculcate knowledge in the students.

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I have been working in Africa on contract for my company for years... and one of the sideline projects is to empower the communities to "fish" for themselves. (We used to provide for food, but we were more successful in helping them to provide or cultivate for themselves)  Wink

The thing is... most rural villages do not have basic infrastructure like electricity and Internet or even clean water, so it is a waste of time and effort to teach them without that being in place. (Generators and small solar panels are used, but it's expensive to run... but they can charge cellphones and you can use that as a teaching tool...because a lot of them know how to use M-Pesa on cellphones) Wink

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July 12, 2022, 11:37:02 PM
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I have been working in Africa on contract for my company for years... and one of the sideline projects is to empower the communities to "fish" for themselves. (We used to provide for food, but we were more successful in helping them to provide or cultivate for themselves)  Wink

The thing is... most rural villages do not have basic infrastructure like electricity and Internet or even clean water, so it is a waste of time and effort to teach them without that being in place. (Generators and small solar panels are used, but it's expensive to run... but they can charge cellphones and you can use that as a teaching tool...because a lot of them know how to use M-Pesa on cellphones) Wink
Sad reality and this is the biggest challenge whenever you do really force yourself on teaching others even if you do know that resources alone is scarce or expensive into that area.For you who do have sufficient

knowledge on something might able to find some alternative ways at least then it would really be that a good initiative on teaching out others in related on crypto or Bitcoin itself.
It might not be directly absorbed learned out but at least you do share up a good idea and opportunity that they could possibly able to deal with.

If we are really that in concern on sharing up opportunities to others then challenges wont really be a full hindrance for us to stop completely.

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July 13, 2022, 11:12:54 AM
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Wondering what I'm doing here? To give a little back story, I have been assigned to a secondary school (high school for those in the United States) for my national youth service as part of the  mandatory one-year programme for graduates of tertiary institutions. I have been assigned as computer science teacher for the senior class in a school where there are no computers. I guess the students are expected to learn only theory and let their imagination do the rest. I want to give the students a different experience other than the one they are used to. I'm a Bitcoin guy, I wear a Bitcoin shirt to work. I'm practical about bitcoin and want to integrate Bitcoin and crypto as topics in my teaching practice. I am preparing a course outline and borrowed some beginner topics from bitcointalk. I will be borrowing computers from nearby centers for class projects when the time comes. I don't know what to expect from the students, any suggestions will be appreciated.

That is a great job. But I was thinking that United States have a a standard computer laboratory across all the Local Government Area. And from your thread I am trying to feel that you are in an interior village that has no computer hardwares. But when you borrow the computer for the practical class what about the internet, hoh will you do. And if there is network and there is no way for you to get laptop, you can use your Android phone to start the practical class. Continue your good work

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July 13, 2022, 03:57:00 PM
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Wondering what I'm doing here? To give a little back story, I have been assigned to a secondary school (high school for those in the United States) for my national youth service as part of the  mandatory one-year programme for graduates of tertiary institutions. I have been assigned as computer science teacher for the senior class in a school where there are no computers. I guess the students are expected to learn only theory and let their imagination do the rest. I want to give the students a different experience other than the one they are used to. I'm a Bitcoin guy, I wear a Bitcoin shirt to work. I'm practical about bitcoin and want to integrate Bitcoin and crypto as topics in my teaching practice. I am preparing a course outline and borrowed some beginner topics from bitcointalk. I will be borrowing computers from nearby centers for class projects when the time comes. I don't know what to expect from the students, any suggestions will be appreciated.

That is a great job. But I was thinking that United States have a a standard computer laboratory across all the Local Government Area. And from your thread I am trying to feel that you are in an interior village that has no computer hardwares. But when you borrow the computer for the practical class what about the internet, hoh will you do. And if there is network and there is no way for you to get laptop, you can use your Android phone to start the practical class. Continue your good work
Agbe does the United States have local government area? It's unlikely our paths haven't  crossed in the Nigeria local thread, even though have not been active there as before. I made this clear in the first line of my OP when I said my being a teacher at the moment is part of my NYSC program. I think this post was written in haste as a consequence there are mistakes. This is the latest update on my progress with my class My class had their first Bitcoin exercise with my class

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July 13, 2022, 04:04:24 PM
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That’s a great initiative to be honest, and really feeling proud on you.
These young lads are the future, so yes teaching them in a beginner level will make their fundamentals strong.
I would suggest you that before teaching them anything about Bitcoins, make them understand about normal trading or the traditional barter system.
This will help them to understand the concept of Bitcoins more easily. Also at first I would suggest you to teach them the features and advantages of Bitcoins, this will make the more interested towards learning about Bitcoins.
And yes if possible, then please update us about the class in this thread.

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I have been working in Africa on contract for my company for years... and one of the sideline projects is to empower the communities to "fish" for themselves. (We used to provide for food, but we were more successful in helping them to provide or cultivate for themselves)  Wink

The thing is... most rural villages do not have basic infrastructure like electricity and Internet or even clean water, so it is a waste of time and effort to teach them without that being in place. (Generators and small solar panels are used, but it's expensive to run... but they can charge cellphones and you can use that as a teaching tool...because a lot of them know how to use M-Pesa on cellphones) Wink
I had a friend from Africa, he was an African man, and he helped me with a lot of things, he was a very decent developer, sure not the best I found, but he was both cheap and also did what I needed to be done one way or another.

I later learned that he had to walk a lot to a computer internet cafe, and worked there for me, and then he had to spend some of the money he earned to pay for that, because he didn't have any computers in his home. He had electricity, he chatted with me via his mobile phone, so he had those, but didn't have a computer.

All I could do at that point was to send him money for a PC, don't know if he bought it or not, but I sent extra to help him. We could all be a little bit more kind to each other and the world would be a lot better place.

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July 14, 2022, 11:50:53 PM
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from several books that I read about the introduction of bitcoin I got ideas or tips to make it easy to convey lessons to people who are really new to bitcoin.

I have managed to get my family to know bitcoin through the books I read. and even now the discussions within my family are getting a little funny.

that is, when we have time together to drink tea or coffee, the conversation will not be far from bitcoin issues. be it a discussion of bitcoin trading, the origins of bitcoin, the potential of bitcoin and the influence of bitcoin in individual and world economic order. and many other topics. In the past I was a little hesitant to tell my family about bitcoin but now we are a family who are bitcoin lovers.

These are some of the books that I have read in studying bitcoin and how to teach the lessons to my family.
maybe you can also use it for students at the school.
1. Bitcoin Mastering
2. Digital Gold
3. Cryptoassets
4. The Age of Cryptocurrency
5. Blockchain Revolution

I wish you success teaching the school and bringing the younger generation aware of the importance of bitcoin knowledge.

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July 15, 2022, 04:37:36 AM
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You are doing great work. Appreciate your hard work and efforts. There are not many teachers who initiate such practicals. Good work. Keep going.
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July 15, 2022, 06:21:17 AM
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It is a good approach to teaching bitcoins. This will help new bitcoin traders know what bitcoin actually is and how you can sell and buy it!
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This sounds really cool. @Ahli38 These books are really helpful for those who are thinking of investing in the crypto market. When I read these books it actually created a perspective to look out towards cryptos.
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July 19, 2022, 05:13:06 AM
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~snip~These are some of the books that I have read in studying bitcoin and how to teach the lessons to my family.
maybe you can also use it for students at the school.
1. Bitcoin Mastering
2. Digital Gold
3. Cryptoassets
4. The Age of Cryptocurrency
5. Blockchain Revolution

I wish you success teaching the school and bringing the younger generation aware of the importance of bitcoin knowledge.


You are very lucky if you have a family who is still updated about bitcoin technology and development, so you can explain it easily.
I only introduced bitcoin to my sister and some of my nephews, but to explain to parents what bitcoin is is very difficult, they only know bitcoin is a coin that makes money. Some of the book references you mentioned may be understandable, but only a few that I will explain, which are not too technical, such as the Era of Cryptocurrencies, which still includes general knowledge about economics.

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