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Has the Lecture had its day
Has the Lecture had its day
Problems
Problems
Graham Gibbs (1981)
Graham Gibbs (1981)
Avoidable faults
Avoidable faults
Solutions
Solutions
Solutions: New Technology
Solutions: New Technology
A traditional view
A traditional view
Re-Setting
Re-Setting
Other solutions
Other solutions
Audience Participation
Audience Participation
Group Task 1
Group Task 1
Creating a Buzz
Creating a Buzz
Group Task 2
Group Task 2
Potential Gains
Potential Gains
Lecture attendance for British Party Politics, Spring Semester 2014
Lecture attendance for British Party Politics, Spring Semester 2014
An experiment in compulsion
An experiment in compulsion
Group Task 3
Group Task 3
Other solutions
Other solutions

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Has the Lecture had its day

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1 Has the Lecture had its day

Has the Lecture had its day

Mark Stuart

2 Problems

Problems

Low attention spans Huge class sizes Implementation of more contact hours Low attendance

3 Graham Gibbs (1981)

Graham Gibbs (1981)

‘Twenty terrible reasons for lecturing’ Worse today: lecturer no longer seen as the font of all knowledge

4 Avoidable faults

Avoidable faults

Cramming everything in Giving the buggers the lecture whether they like it or not 2-hour lectures (surface learning) (Ramsden and Entwistle, 1981!)

5 Solutions

Solutions

Resist temptation to cover everything Strip out some of the detail from lectures Do a regular cull of lecture slides

6 Solutions: New Technology

Solutions: New Technology

Voting Pads (‘Clickers’) Video Xerte (online-only modules) Recording Lectures

7 A traditional view

A traditional view

8 Re-Setting

Re-Setting

Mentioning ‘Ballots and Bullets’ (Induction Lecture) Bad Euphemisms: www.verbalrefuse.com (Foundations) Exploring Top Target Seats for the General Election of 2015 (BPP)

9 Other solutions

Other solutions

Flipped lecture: presentation of content before contact time (Bergham & Sams, 2012) Audience participation

10 Audience Participation

Audience Participation

Plagiarism Court ‘Strictly Come Speaking’ ‘Play Professor’ Physically getting the students off their feet, dividing into groups Simple Q & A to soak up concerns

11 Group Task 1

Group Task 1

Lecture slides Suggest in groups ways of re-setting, making it more interactive Pool ideas

12 Creating a Buzz

Creating a Buzz

Personal Anecdote (Ford Mondeo) The Prop: - Party rosettes - Thatcher handbag - ‘Swingometer’ - ‘Spin the Select Committee’ - Typo competition

13 Group Task 2

Group Task 2

Discuss how to add a personal dimension to a lecture

14 Potential Gains

Potential Gains

Improved SET scores: ‘The teacher was an able communicator’ ‘The teacher was approachable’ ‘The teacher was enthusiastic’ Professional distance is fine, but not to the point of being distant

15 Lecture attendance for British Party Politics, Spring Semester 2014

Lecture attendance for British Party Politics, Spring Semester 2014

16 An experiment in compulsion

An experiment in compulsion

17 Group Task 3

Group Task 3

Should we go down the compulsion route for lectures? If yes, what sort of weight should we give to lecture attendance?

18 Other solutions

Other solutions

Conduct research into how students regard lectures Evening lectures (Tuesday night?)

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