This article originally appeared on Sports on Earth. 

The first question many people ask is, “Which one is better?” 

And in this article, we will explore the pros and cons of each. 

And when we talk about the best way to learn to play, what we are actually looking for is the ability to play with someone who is interested in the game, and who is willing to work with us on a regular basis. 

But before we jump in, let’s start with the basics. 

In the interest of full disclosure, I am an avid football fan. 

I have attended every Super Bowl since 1998 and the NFL Championship games since the 1970s. 

For the most part, my team’s success has been built around our play calling, and I believe that the fundamentals of our game are incredibly important to learn. 

So we decided to make our first article, The Best Way to Learn to Play, to explore which is better. 

What makes a good teacher? 

What are the best teachers? 

How does a teacher know when he/she is good enough? 

We want to know if there is a way to determine whether a teacher is good, and whether they can be trusted to teach you. 

That is what we will be focusing on. 

As a matter of fact, the entire premise of this article is to teach teachers, and not to evaluate them. 

We will not be discussing what the right teacher is, how to teach well, or how to evaluate a teacher, so it is important that you do your own research before reading this article. 

This article will not give you a complete answer, but we will provide a very good overview of the fundamentals. 

Here is what you need to know about the science of teaching. 


What is a teacher?