Monday, January 19, 2015


While writing my last post, on pseudoteaching, I was compelled to change my Teaching Framework a little in response.  I was thinking about when and how the learning actually happens in my classroom.  According to Frank Noschese's concept, teaching happens when a student's pre-existing conceptions are challenged, and this happens when the student tries to actually do something (see Derek Muller on this point).  At the crucial moment of potential failure, the teacher intervenes, and the student learns.  I've actually written about this before . . .

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