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JoeClark

JoeClark (726 päivää sitten) (0)

 

I teach a college course in decision making for MBA students. One of the skills we like to teach the students is how to look at the obvious and try to find the non-obvious...the thing that sticks out and is not the norm. I'm a caching addict and I think this would be an awesome thing to do in the course to get them thinking in a very different way about making decisions and not relying just on the obvious solution.
 
Has anyone had any experience with this...anything you'd recommend I have the students read in advance to be prepared? I'm also working with my local Caching group for help in the session. If it is weather permitting, we plan to cache on my campus where there are a number of caches, several of which I have placed myself. Any help you can offer or advice, is greatly appreciated!

I teach a college course in decision making for MBA students. One of the skills we like to teach the students is how to look at the obvious and try to find the non-obvious...the thing that sticks out and is not the norm. I'm a caching addict and I think this would be an awesome thing to do in the course to get them thinking in a very different way about making decisions and not relying just on the obvious solution.

 

Has anyone had any experience with this...anything you'd recommend I have the students read in advance to be prepared? I'm also working with my local Caching group for help in the session. If it is weather permitting, we plan to cache on my campus where there are a number of caches, several of which I have placed myself. Any help you can offer or advice, is greatly appreciated!

 

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https://forums.geocaching.com/GC/index.php?/topic/306398-geocach ing-in-a-non-science-course/

 

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