Making the Unmanageable Manageable

For decades, higher education scholars have waffled between lecture and, student-centered teaching methods. Which is most effective and why? Is this the rule or the exception? Is effectiveness dependent on the skill and expertise of the lecturer or not? This recent article from MindShift posits that lecture still dominates college instruction, but that there are more effective models, incorporating opportunities for academic discourse among groups … Continue reading Making the Unmanageable Manageable