Pseudoteaching looks like good teaching but little learning

Pseudoteaching is something you realise you’re doing after you’ve attempted a lesson which from the outset looks like it should result in student learning, but upon further reflection, you realise that the very lesson itself was flawed and involved minimal learning.

Good explanation here with two YouTube clips.

This approach can be used with little technology!

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