overteach

overteach

(ˌəʊvəˈtiːtʃ)
vb (tr) , -teaches, -teaching or -taught
to teach too much
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Creative restatement and repetition of strongly held views are necessary to "overteach" readers.
Ramsden (1992) argues that students are more likely to adopt a deep approach to learning if we resist the temptation to overteach and let the students learn autonomously.
Dennis Ryerson, editorial page editor at the San Jose Mercury News, suggests that one way journalists could improve coverage of children's issues is to "overteach." Ryerson harkens back to an encounter with an Iowa elementary school principal when he was editor of the Des Moines Register.
In the words of the late Joe Tanenhaus to a young A Wuffle: "Don't overteach."