Pseudoteaching Update for 3/5/2011

Three new posts have been added to the pseudoteaching page:

by Mr. K (Math Stories)
Reflections on student work that looks pretty, rather than displaying depth.

Online pseudoteaching
by Andy Rundquist (I’m not watching TV)
Despite good intentions, Andy creates a “pseudocommunity” of students in his online college course.

Technology and Pseudoteaching
by Steve Dickie (Free/Libre Open Source Science Education)
Probeware has made data collection and analysis a snap in science class. But is it pseudoteaching?

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As always, we’d love for you to contribute your own examples of pseudoteaching. Just email/tweet me a link to your pseudoteaching post and I’ll add it to the series. Thanks!

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