One Two new posts have been added to the pseudoteaching page:
Pseudoteaching by Inquiry by John Burk (Quantum Progress)
Is hands-on activity-based learning immune from pseudoteaching?
Oreos and Pseudoteaching by Janelle Wilson (Stretching Forward)
A yummy activity for learning the phases of the moon leaves tummies full but minds empty?
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