Participatory Lecture. Adapted from Participatory Lectures , Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, 1992. Revised for distribution at the Harvard School of Public Health, 1994. Comments and suggestions are welcome. Ellen Sarkisian (495-4869; [email protected]) .
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For example, for one of our chapters in class I might ask – what was the big idea you got from the reading that you can apply to your unit building so far?
For example, “Marta is a visual learner, and she uses lots of lectures and examples. A wiggly student is giving her a lot of problems in class – what could be the problem? What is the solution?”
This is the KY Teacher Standard about multiple perspectives – VIII-d
When you walk into a ____1____ where students are actively engaged in ___2____ and are ____3_____ with the teacher and others, you can almost feel the __4___ vibrations given off by the class. Students want to be ____5___ and ___6____ , and they enjoy working ___7____. This type of __8___, however, doesn’t happen by chance. __9____ take deliberate actions to establish a __10____, responsible classroom so that students choose to ____11__ and make efforts to be academically ____12_____.
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