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Ever walked out of class with that elated feeling where you just know you taught a good class? Perhaps a student or two even said something to you afterward or paid you the supreme accolade with the text ?U dun good.? But did you? And while your students might have felt euphoric afterward, did they learn anything? And, more importantly, can you prove it?
By way of background, most of us know the Nosich (2001) strategy of how to introduce a ?fundamental and powerful concept? (Learning to Think Things Through, Upper Saddle River, NY: Pearson, 40). S-E-E-I (sometimes called the SEE-ing I)...
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