I'm planning to teach a kid's class soon on basic electro mechanical stuff, and writing my own material. Old school me still thinks in terms of electron flow from negative to positive, but "current" teachings are that electrical current flows from positive to negative and that seems like the "path of least resistance". I'm sure I'll make numerous errors in swapping my world view. I'm likely opening a can of worms here, but can anyone WHO HAS TAUGHT KIDS offer any insight? TIA
I hope to avoid the "pandemonium" described at https://www.douglaskrantz.com/ElecElectricalFlow.html
In the scientific and engineering world, and in all the literature and books, everyone "knew" that in a circuit, electricity flowed from the positive battery terminal to the negative terminal. This was a well-established concept and any change to that concept would cause mass pandemonium.