We’re incredibly appreciative that so many teachers watch our stuff and find innovative ways of making use of this information in their lessons. Learning what works and doesn’t work for players in the real world, and devising effective ways of getting through to those players without hitting them over the head with an anatomy textbook: this is where the rubber meets the road.
So I think it would be great to get a sense of who out there is teaching our stuff, what kinds of students you work with, where you’re located, and if you teach in person, online, or both. We get regular requests for lessons, and while it’s not something we ourselves do, I would love to have something constructive to respond with.
This can be pretty informal for now, but I’m not above establishing an actual directory of teaching resources if we have enough interest, and if we can figure out a way of doing this fairly. Open to suggestions in that regard.
So teachers… introduce yourselves and let me know what you think!