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Interactive Lecture: Engaging Students with Team Based Activities in Any Size Course

Teri Horton

Lecturing works! Educators have been using lecture for hundreds of years, and it is particularly effective early in a course with students who have limited content knowledge. And research has shown that lecture can be improved by integrating active and team based learning strategies into the lesson—even in classes with 300 or more students!

This session will briefly discuss the research that supports interactive lectures and explore ten engaging group activities that can help students meet course outcomes. A clear description of each activity will be provided, along with relevant, real-life examples that can be integrated into any size course.
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Map Hatcher Graduate Library - 240 - Clark Library Instructional Space

May 2019

1:00pm - 2:50pm

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