I only try to help. Some questions are marked with minus. If I try to answer I get negative reputation or so it seems. As a teacher I have great respect for students' difficulties. One such student struggled with simple DC circuits for months taking eight tests (all different). When he finally passed he said to me: "It was very difficult and I struggled. If you meet another like me, do not give up". If someone is genuinely trying to learn, with no malice intended, we have the obligation to help and not flame. So the question is:
Is this site for everyone or just for people who already have all the answers?
Thank you for honest answers. I realise now that my interest led me to a wrong place. Electronics as a subject is already dead or dying at schools. Let someone else worry about that. I quit.
I am not at all interested in ranting or flaming. The question needs to be asked. The paradox is: The more electronics develop further and further and gets more complicated the less we teach.
One of the problems is generation gap. To breach the gap new teaching methods and rewritten explanations are needed. No point teaching in Latin if people do not speak it. Break the complicated into small pieces, tie them to things students already know and we can cut the the teaching time and avoid the stress and guilt many people feel when they are supposed to understand, but do not. I have seen it work from time to time and would like to perfect it.