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A guide on lecturing prepared by the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University. It is broken into three parts: The Basics Effective Visuals Interactive Lectures Read Lecturing

Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University

Lecturing Effectively

This article, written by the Centre for Teaching Excellence at the University of Waterloo, presents tips for the effective use of lecture. It discusses preparation, lecture notes, clearly structuring the lecture, keeping students engaged, delivery, the use of visual aids,…

Centre for Teaching Excellence, University of Waterloo

Eight Steps to Active Lecturing

This article, written by Terry Doyle from Ferris State University details eight steps to enhance your lectures. The steps include: Know your audience (students) Have a map to follow (lecture outline) Grab the students’ attention (have a beginning) Recognize students’…

Terry Doyle, Ferris State University

Large Classes: A Teaching Guide: Lecturing

This section on lecturing comes from a larger collection of tips for those who teach large classes created by the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center at the University of Maryland. It discusses: Preparing course content and lectures Organizing lectures Presenting…

Teaching and Learning Transformation Center, University of Maryland

Designing and Delivering Effective Lectures

National Teaching and Learning Forum Newsletter, Vol. 20, Number 5, September 2011.© Copyright 1996-2011. Published by James Rhem & Associates, Inc. Discussed during the TLC workshop Interactive Lecture, January 25, 2012. Handout: Designing and Delivering Effective Lectures

James Rhem & Associates, Inc.

The Interactive Lecture: Turning Lecture into an Active Learning...

Discussed during the TLC workshop, “The Interactive Lecture,” January 25, 2012. Presentation: The Interactive Lecture: Turning Lecture into an Active Learning Experience

Andrew Engel (TLC Instructional Developer)