AuthorsPollard, Eileen J.
AffiliationManchester Metropolitan University and University of Chester
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Other TitlesLife and Times of a New Lecturer
AbstractThis reflection offers a response to the concrete experience of having my teaching observed as part of a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP). I used David A. Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model (1975) to launch a small action-based study following this experience. My pilot produced a sample of material about what both students and teachers potentially think we are all doing in a higher education lecture theatre. These findings led to my considering what constitutes a lecture, whether or not it is ‘redundant’ in the current online landscape, and, if not, what aspects of the pedagogy of this ancient technique we might wish to emphasise or recapture.
CitationPollard, E. (2015). People will never forget how you made them feel. Learning and Teaching in Action, 10(1), 33-46. Retrieved from: http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/ltia/Vol10Iss1/LTIA%20Issue%2010%20Volume%201.pdf
JournalLearning and Teaching in Action
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