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By Phil Race

This booklet provides over 500 sensible feedback designed to aid tutors identify lively studying among their scholars. Divided into precious sections the information disguise the whole variety of training and studying occasions and include a 'start anywhere', dip-in source appropriate for either the newcomer and the previous hand. meant normally for the collage or university lecturer all in favour of learner-centred studying, this source deals clean principles and nutrients for concept on six extensive parts of the activity: getting the scholars going commencing, and dealing jointly the programme itself - lectures, assignments and suggestions aiding scholars to benefit from assets overview: demonstrating facts of feat talents for occupation and lifestyles ordinarily. This energetic and stimulating booklet will turn out important to teachers, tutors, lecturers, running shoes and employees builders.

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This can help them to see how the various topics link together, and reminds them of what they are expected to have learned already. 11 Get quick (and sharp) feedback during your programme of lectures. One way is to give out Post-it™ notes and ask students to write the heading words ‘stop’, ‘start’ and ‘continue’ across the top of them, then tell you things they would like you to do under each heading. The Post-its™ can be stuck anonymously to a wall. The ‘stop’ entries will often alert you to things you had no idea were amiss.

Put a blank sheet of transparency on top of this template, and add (for example) letters A, B, C, D . . beside names to divide the larger group into sub-groups, and perhaps put an asterisk beside the names of convenors (rotating such roles as successive tasks are issued). This gradually helps you get to know 26 STARTING OFF, AND WORKING TOGETHER all the names of students even in quite large groups (and allows you to retain your template for future use with this particular class). Seeing each other’s names on the screen is a way of helping members of quite large groups not to feel so anonymous or ‘lonely’.

What not to do with PowerPoint™! Making the most of the overhead projector Compensating for other people’s bad teaching! Helping students to make notes – not just take notes Helping students to write essays Helping students to write reports Helping students to learn in laboratories Helping students to plan their projects Getting feedback from your students Next we offer an assortment of suggestions relating to some of the main processes used in teaching and learning, ranging from lectures to written work.

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