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The lecture is dead
The lecture is dead
The lecture is dead
The lecture is dead
The lecture is dead
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The lecture is dead
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The lecture is dead
The lecture is dead
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  • 1. The Lecture is Dead. Long Live the Lecture! Patrick Higgins, Jr.
  • 2. Camdenpresents. wikispaces.com
  • 3. Schedule 9:00-9:45 What WE can do 9:50-10:30 Group Breakout 10:40-11:20 Dog and Pony Show 11:20- 12:00 What THEY can do 12:10-12:40 Presentation Redesign 12:40-1:00 Sharing and feedback
  • 4. Todaysmeet.com/ camdenpresents1
  • 5. Wrong!
  • 6. Transfer Goal
  • 7. I want you to see the presentation of information
  • 8. as a process based both on
  • 9. the information needed to be conveyed
  • 10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/39427981@N06/4596204922/ And
  • 11. On the method by which they choose to convey it
  • 12. so that you may, http://www.flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/3468818121/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 13. so that you may, on your own http://www.flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/3468818121/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 14. use a more brain- friendly method of helping students acquire information within a “lecture block.”
  • 15. Essential Questions
  • 16. The Battle of Working Memory
  • 17. Questions from the story
  • 18. What We Do
  • 19. Takahashi
  • 20. Godin
  • 21. Find his method
  • 22. Lessig (Think Takahashi, but in English)
  • 23. Succinct. Clean. Well-Rehearsed.
  • 24. The Stuff Behind You
  • 25. I am
  • 26. A
  • 27. For
  • 28. They Tell Stories http://www.flickr.com/photos/rodrigomuller/4314879831/in/faves-14579369@N04/
  • 29. The Usual Suspects
  • 30. An Alternative
  • 31. What They Do
  • 32. Compare, Compare, Compare!
  • 33. Spencer Kagan
  • 34. Three-Minute Review
  • 35. Numbered Heads Together
  • 36. True or False
  • 37. Diagrammed Slide Sets
  • 38. Haiku http://www.flickr.com/photos/melolou/410914987/sizes/o/
  • 39. 140 Characters http://www.flickr.com/photos/13287882@N03/2624060661/
  • 40. Summarize by Half Or Essence
  • 41. Jobs
  • 42. "Pecha Kucha: Get to the PowerPoint in 20 Slides Then Sit the Hell Down."
  • 43. Ignite Series

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