Not to take Maine Maritime math thread too far off topic.
When anchoring if the approach is right you’re 90% there. In general here are a couple links I ran into recently.
From Medium John Backus - Intentionally Shaping your Thinking
At the end of the day, maybe learning is about finding abstractions and models for the world that are valuable and worth building into our day-to-day perception and reasoning
Interesting link there to another article ribbonfarm
experiments in refactored perception
A Big Little Idea Called Legibility
Forestry analogies work good for me, the one used here are an over-simplification. There are a lot of old ribbon farms along the Kennebec, but in areas settled by the English, not the French.