As a school librarian, this year I have taught my students Riddle Mastery via a giant computer/TV screen positioned in the library, something I have never done before. In the past as an After-school teacher and camp counselor I always naturally had my own group/class which I directly interacted with in the manner expected of those roles, teaching riddles in that capacity. Hence, lacking a specific class as a school librarian, I had doubts regarding how effectively I could teach riddles through a computer/TV screen since the students would get the riddles and lessons by reading the screen as they passed through the library on their way to classes and whenever they came to the library.
as of today those fears are officially laid to rest as in the space of
twenty-four hours 9 people solved the Grandmaster, 3 the Championmaster
(two of whom solved it in less than a day), and 1 made history as the
first to ever solve the Adeptmaster (and in fifteen minutes no less). I
have been teaching riddles for over a decade and today did not just
shatter past records, it transcended them enough that I will remember
this absolutely crazy day as the Day of Swiftest Solving.
Better yet, a group of students are now determined to become Master Riddle-makers. Truly an excellent day, and the best part was not the solving but the joy – the ecstatic triumph! – on the students faces when they solve these newly dubbed Sovereign-class riddles!