53 interesting things to do in your lectures (5th ed.)
Original authors: Sue Habeshaw, Graham Gibbs, & Trevor Habeshaw.
Revised and updated by Anthony Haynes & Karen Haynes.
Lectures remain a staple form of teaching in higher and professional education. However, some lectures are more effective than others. 53 interesting things to do in your lectures presents practical suggestions, each tried and tested, for developing your lectures. The book is designed to dip into for suggestions that dovetail with your own practice.
The topics covered are wide-ranging. They include: structuring the lecturing process; improving students’ notes; structuring and summarising content; linking lectures to each other; holding the students’ attention; promoting active learning during lectures; using resources; and monitoring students’ learning from lectures.
Formats and ISBNs
PDF: 978-1-907076- 23-7
Extent: 160 pp.
Imprint and publisher: The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd
Place of publication: Wicken (2012)
Key terms: higher education; learning; lectures; pedagogy; post-compulsory education; professional education; study; teaching.
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