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3. Pedagogy as decision-making: Example 2, Rachael

The following example of pedagogy as decision-making comes from a different subject discipline. This is a taught practical session, during which the students undertake the dissection of internal organs including a heart. Watch for the moment when Rachael draws the attention of the cohort to a particular aspect of the dissection.


Why does Rachael draw the attention of the whole class to what the individual student has raised?

What are the benefits and risks in doing this?