The Master said, "to see knowledge as knowledge and ignorance as ignorance - this is knowledge."
I shoulda listened to Confucius.
The one thing I'm confident in as a strength in my teaching style is that I usually know when to say, "I don't know that. Let me get back to you on that."
It's always good to do this when you don't know something.
Because when you don't, you may be tempted to suggest that a certain person holds a certain opinion.
And then you may find out that one of your students went to high school with said person.
And said person holds the opposite view.
I shall meditate on the wisdom of ignorance.