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Topic: Pseudoteaching
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Richard Strausz

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Re: Pseudoteaching
Posted: Feb 23, 2011 9:50 PM
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> No Richard, his goal is to blog to other teachers
> like yourself, desperate for anything. Trust me on
> this, this is not about students, this is about Dan
> and the little bit of fame he gets on the Internet. I
> have looked at the results of the school he teaches
> at, remember? I differ from Josh on this point. I
> don't think Dan even has a method. He has sparked
> interest in some teachers with pictures, but it
> hasn't helped his students, according to their
> performance.


Robert, I don't feel desperate. I am always on the lookout for new ideas, probably like you are in your profession.

I am selfish enough to only be interested in what I see as the benefits for my students. Some of Dan's methods fit that.

Richard



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