The choreography of lectures

Alastair Creelman, The corridor of uncertainty, Nov 21, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Even as you read this, I will be giving a lecture. If lectures are so awful, why do I do it? Because they're not so awful. I'm not trying to get you to remember what I've said - I've built a whole site that contains that data - I'm trying to get you to have some experiences what might resonate with your own knowledge and understanding. So, yes, I care about things like orchestration - talking to the audience, reading them and responding, using slides for pacing and effect (and to aid comprehension).

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