In terms of teaching Linux, this meant presenting options to the reader, but not always having a “right” way to accomplish a task. For instance, if you want to copy a bunch of files, you can do it via the command line or through the file manager. Both methods are valid. Both have advantages given the situation. But I’m trusting the reader to make sense of how to apply what they’re learning. They learn the skills and then reflect on how to deploy those skills.
I wrote this for Medium and I’m pretty proud of it.