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Topic: Pseudoteaching
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Joshua Fisher

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Re: Pseudoteaching
Posted: Feb 25, 2011 10:22 AM
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"I then went with more of an inquiry approach. I created my own materials (well, with MUCH help from a colleague... WE created our materials) based off of the Physics By Inquiry materials from U of Washington.

So, hold your hats... the results as measured by the FCI? Not much difference. A bit higher, but not significantly different. More pseudoteaching? Very different teaching, but not what I was looking for in the form of results."

I appreciate your saying this, Mark.



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