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What Gok Wan can teach us about higher education. Will Reader Psychology. Our anxieties about consumerism. More lectures? Smaller tutorials? Raise the marks? More feedback? Us doing more, students doing less?. O ver focus on delivery rather than result.

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What gok wan can teach us about higher education

What Gok Wan can teach us about higher education

Will Reader

Psychology


Our anxieties about consumerism
Our anxieties about consumerism

  • More lectures?

  • Smaller tutorials?

  • Raise the marks?

  • More feedback?

  • Us doing more, students doing less?


O ver focus on delivery rather than result
Over focus on delivery rather than result

"People don't want to buy a quarter-inch drill. They want a quarter-inch hole!"

Theodore Levitt


The change business
The change business

  • Make it clearer that change is our (joint) goal

  • Sell the change not the stuff

  • Problem: retroactive interference

  • Problem: the red queen paradox


Gok s solution before and after
Gok's solution: before and after

  • What are the best methods for facilitating change?

  • How can we best demonstrate change to students?


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