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Lutemann@aol.com

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re: effectiveness of lectures
Posted: Jun 30, 1995 10:01 AM
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I'm not certain what all this "only remebering 10% of lecture" is all about.
If I listen to a lecture and take notes, I retain everything that is
important and so do most of my students.

Maybe teachers need to spend more time teaching students how to get the most
out of lectures. Or maybe teachers need to be trained to lecture more
effectively!

The lecture is still the most effecient way to impart "certain kinds" of
knowlege to a large group of students.

Kent





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