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Ros OLeary Making your lectures more interactive
Plan 1.Why do we lecture? 2.Lecturing and student learning 3.Activities
Objectives 1.Describe and discuss different levels of learning 2.Identify activities suitable for lecturing
Why do we lecture?
College is a place where a professor's lecture notes go straight to the students' lecture notes, without passing through the brains of either (Mark Twain )
Activity 1 Get in pairs 7 01 April 2014
Tell me and I will forget Show me and I will remember Involve me and I will understand Step back and I will act (Chinese proverb)
Blooms taxonomy of learning objectives 10 01 April 2014 Creating Evaluating Analysing Applying Understanding Remembering Lower level learning Higher level learning Adapted by Anderson and Krathwohl (2001) Generating, producing Critiquing, judging Differentiating, deconstructing Carrying out, using Summarising, explaining Recognising, recalling
What activities can we use in lectures that encourage higher order learning ? 11 01 April 2014
ACTIVITY 2 1.Discuss up to two activities suitable for lecturing in your discipline 2.Think about what level of learning these activities would help support 12 01 April 2014
What activities can we use in lectures that encourage higher order learning ? 13 01 April 2014
Objectives 1.Describe different levels of learning 2.Identify activities suitable for use in lectures
Further reading See handout
4.1- Plot Points in a Coordinate Plane
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Ros OLeary Economics Network Practical ways of making your lectures more interactive.
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