The lecture is dead -v- long live the lecture
The session will take the form of a debate with two experienced academics taking different perspectives about the value of the lecture and its place in student learning. Those attending will be asked to take part in polling about their own behaviours when in a lecture style environment and we will look to consider how learning continues post lecture and how this might be shaped. Given the emphasis on retention and concerns about attendance, an open debate about a frequently used learning tool can help to unpick some of the ways in which we can increase our capacity to engage students in lectures all the way through a semester.
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