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David Scott Powell

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jun 29, 1995 10:44 AM
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Kent Said:

>I'm totally in favor of various forms of group work and inovative teaching
>methods. However, my feeling is, that if you are not lecturing at least 50%
>of the time, the students aren't going to learn much.
>
>Any comments?
>
>Kent



How much are they learning if you lecture at least 50% of the time? How do
you know what *they* are learning if you are always talking? Aren't there
other ways to have the students learn? When you lecture what do your
students do? Are they thinking along with you or can they? Just some
things to think about.

scott










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University of Hawaii
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