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Norm Krumpe

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Re: lecturing
Posted: Jul 1, 1995 1:24 PM
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>In other words, you gave these highly motivated ( at least with regard to
>this problem) students three or four excellent lectures and then they
>constructed the knowledge based on those lectures. Is there anyone who
>doesn't think that is a super way to teach?
>
>John
>


Actually, three or four *sentences* are more like it. Although, if your
definition of a lecture is simply telling someone something new, then, yes,
they were lectures. It was very informal, and the students' many hours of
work grew out of a brief (less than a minute) suggestion from me.

Norm Krumpe






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