9083. SET - Is There Still a Place for the Traditional Classroom Lecture?

DateApril 16, 2013
Time1:30 - 2:30 pm
LocationJones Library-Creekm

PresenteróDavid Longfellow(History)

Audience - Faculty and Teachers of Record

Educational studies have questioned the utility of the traditional lecture format--some suggest that students retain a surprisingly low percentage of information conveyed by lectures. Many professors view students' ability to take notes and follow lengthy presentations with skepticism. Others feel that a technologically sophisticated generation is best approached through powerpoints, online media, course-centered chat rooms, and group interaction and projects. Does traditional lecturing still have a place? Should we ever expect it to completely disappear?
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