For those who believe that, the conversations can be frustrating, especially when you have seen other paradigms that could be fruitful and others don't or won't. When you push, you feel like you a rowing upstream with lots of water coming over the bow, doing the same dad-gum thing over and over again, having the same arguments, asking the same questions, and hoping against hope that you'll get different answers.
@EacherVeggies wrote about this frustration last week, asking the question this way, "how do I create a connected experience for people who are satisfied with boxed macaroni and cheese?"
The responses to that question are wonderful, crowdsourced advice and encouragement, full of fresh fettuccine, romano and asiago, giving more evidence to the value of the Connected Courses community.
She's right, you know!