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Topic: lecturing
Replies: 15   Last Post: Jul 10, 1995 12:22 PM

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MCotton@aol.com

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jul 7, 1995 12:03 AM
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In a message dated 95-07-06 04:06:54 EDT, COVbECKERS@aol.com writes:

>
>But I believe the main issue is one of considering what method, applicable

to
>the vast majority of students, is best at imparting knowledge in the context
>of an educational environment.
>
>I fear the reliance upon new fangled contraptions like multi media is a lazy
>way out for both teacher and student to say that they covered a topic,
>without really exploring it in depth and with intellectual rigor.
>
>B. Becker
>
>


I agree that new fangled methods must be evaluated for their merit aside from
their dazzle. But why should their be one method? Why should we not combine
methods?

marge





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