Unprocessed Teaching Point
A weak learning interaction with a test for understanding question in which the learner can see and copy the answer from the presentation. The learner does not need to process the information—this weakness reduces the probability of retention.
An interview where questions are dependent on the content of the interviewee’s responses. “Go with the flow” so to speak. Usually conducted by a subject matter expert.
Untested Teaching Point
A weak learning interaction in which learners are not expected to give a response to legitimate teaching points. It consists of presentation without application, thus the total responsibility for retention lies with the learner.