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Teaching Large Groups. Romy Lawson r.Lawson 3589. What is a large group – number? What are the pros and cons of large groups? What problems are there?. Problems. Making the session dynamic/interactive Feedback – getting and receiving Questions Assessment Control. Top Tips.

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teaching large groups

Teaching Large Groups

Romy Lawson

r.Lawson

3589

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What is a large group – number?
  • What are the pros and cons of large groups?
  • What problems are there?
problems
Problems
  • Making the session dynamic/interactive
  • Feedback – getting and receiving
  • Questions
  • Assessment
  • Control
top tips
Top Tips
  • Interaction/Dynamic
    • Pyramiding
    • Think, pair, share
    • Seminars – reporting to other groups
    • Graham Norton
    • Blockbusters
    • Millionaire – ask the audience
    • Chain answer
    • Paper planes
    • PBL/Problem Solving
    • Brainstorm
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Top Tips
  • Feedback
    • Muddy point
    • 1 min paper
    • MCQ – computer marked
    • Post-its
    • Suggestion/query box - Jack Dee
    • Q on paper planes
    • Peer marking
    • Rating for themes – 0 to 3
top tips2
Top Tips
  • Questions
    • Groups
    • Plane
    • Quiz (each other)
    • A question shows level\of understanding
top tips3
Top Tips
  • Assessment
    • Peer Assessment
    • Clear criteria – negotiated
    • Self – assessment
    • Minute paper
    • MCQ – computer marked
    • PBL
    • Presentations/Posters
    • Postgrads
top tips4
Top Tips
  • Control
    • Getting silence – being respected
      • Light
      • Exam q
      • Hand up
    • Rules
    • Time out/breaks
    • Start on time
    • Silence works wonders
design
Design
  • 50 in a computer lab – teaching basic stats
  • 350 in lecture theatre (fixed) – teaching a theoretical concept
  • 25 in a workshop – teaching an intricate practical skill
  • 35 in a lab – teaching a complicated procedure
personal situation
Personal Situation
  • Review a session you teach
  • Pair up and discuss problems
  • Look for solutions
  • Re-design session
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