Brilliant post and idea. I love this.
I’m not that good at it but I still love to snow ski. My family does too. And we try to go at least once a year.
But we always run into trouble. Son wants harder slopes than the old man wants to mess with. Daughter wants steep but no bumps. Wife looks for groomed runs that let her avoid the more difficult moguls.
This is where the handy-dandy ski trail classification system becomes very useful. Green circles designate beginner level runs, blue squares equal intermediate difficulty, and black diamonds identify advanced trails.
FYI. I avoid most black diamonds. I value my knees.
But I like the system. Even on unfamiliar slopes, we all know what we’re getting into. Green. Blue. Black. Everybody can pick the level that best fits their ability and interest.
Last week, I had the opportunity to work with a great K-12 staff as they explored…
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