MSPGH Seminar: 3rd December 2014 – Why don’t students turn up to your lectures?
12.30-1.30pm, Wed 3rd December 2014
Seminar Room 515, Level 5, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
Professor David Williams, Professor in Physiology & Associate Dean (Academic), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences; Program Director of the Bachelor of Biomedicine and Chair, Teaching and Learning Development Committee, The University of Melbourne
Students are time-poor, stressed and anxious, the lectures are large and impersonal and probably at 8am, they are recorded and screen-captured, you can be ‘played back’ at double speed, and unless you are ‘value-adding’ to the didactic experience in your lectures why would they bother getting out of bed? Large classes are the norm in undergraduate education and becoming so in many post-graduate courses. We will ‘actively’ discuss active learning and the challenges and opportunities (yes there are some) presented by large classes.
For more details, please view the Event Flyer.
RSVP not required. All other enquiries to Nora Li, Tel: 03 8344 9350.