Ault, Charles R., Jr

The Everyday Perspective and Exceedingly Unobvious Meaning
Journal of Geological Education

v32 n2 p89-91 Mar 1984

Basic concepts are often barriers to acquiring easy insight and satisfying understanding in a discipline. The most difficult task in the teaching of science is the recognition of these critical barriers to the student's thinking process. To make the unobvious less so is the responsibility of the teacher.