It’s vital that we play with ideas, from grade school to grad school and beyond. Curiosity and adaptability enable us to address even the most complex problems—they also make life a whole lot more interesting. The overarching goal of these tutorials is to help you develop as a creative thinker.
A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds…
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Review sections are marked with , a big ol’ pencil. Each tutorial prompts you to synthesize your learning by figuring out how to explain the topic to a beginner. The practice is based on a technique developed by physicist Richard Feynman.
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