Drezemma419 karma2013-12-24 07:24:25 UTC
This is awesome! I always enjoy talking with older people. A couple questions for you...
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Drezemma17 karma2013-09-03 02:42:21 UTC
All jokes aside, I would be really interested in whatever advice you could give to people who teach science through demonstrations. I tutor a high school freshmen class that lacks the scientific background to even apply the scientific method. Some of these students are special needs students, but the large majority are filled with students who are genuinely disinterested in science. Is there any advice you can give me and my fellow science tutors to inspire students, or at least make them think, "Hey, science is actually kinda cool!"?
Drezemma11 karma2013-12-29 21:03:03 UTC
Is anyone even doing anything about this? To me, it goes against everything social and economic mobility has stood for.
Drezemma6 karma2013-12-30 03:24:25 UTC
When Simcity first came out, it had a slew of issues that plagued the gameplay, many of which discouraged players from returning to the Simcity franchise. I understand that QA testers will miss some stuff (it would've been hard to avoid the initial network problems, for instance), but there were so many obvious issues with the game, not to mention the fiasco with requiring an internet connection at all times. Even with updates, they seem to resolve old bugs and create new ones at the same time.
Has EA done anything to prevent some of these issues from happening again in the future?
Drezemma5 karma2013-10-14 23:05:05 UTC
Congratulations! That's great news!
This is a bit random. What did you do right after you found out you've been cured?
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