For all intents and purposes, these are basically stepping stones, and each step has a different task and set of lessons to complete. Once complete, the level turns gold and you can move on to the next.
While the new learning path employs a spaced repetition approach, it would also be useful to re-introduce a form of skill cracking, particularly for learners that are well advanced in their courses. Unit-level review recommendations could be a good way of bridging the gap.
New tree for over a month. Path idea is fine. However, the new path is not helping me. (been using the Super version from before and currently). I tried to proceed from where the gold ended, and it was WAY TOO HARD, so I went back to where the gold started (20 levels).
Jesse shrugs off Walt's news about the fingerprints and barely reacts when a partygoer steals his money. His house has become less a party than a crack house; he's totally numb. Mike reports Jesse's reckless behavior to Gus and the next day drives Jesse into the desert (\"Bullet Points\").
Saul sends his men to force Ted to pay his IRS tab. Trying to escape, Ted cracks his head on a kitchen counter, badly injuring him. While cooking in the superlab, Walt notices that someone already cooked a batch, meaning that Jesse already returned to Albuquerque, but Walt wasn't informed.
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