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DoctorCHEK@aol.com

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jun 30, 1995 1:32 AM
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>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


Kent...my experience backs up your feeling 100%. Group work is great, but I
too feel that if a teacher is not lecturing half the time, there won't be
much learning going on during group work. Students need guidance or they
flounder (at least this is what I have seen in my Algebra I courses that I
have taught during my 22 years of teaching)

Harvey Becker





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