Large Classes: Keeping the Energy in 220 Relationships at Once

November 29, 2012 - 3:15am
Hartley Conference Center, Mitchell Earth Sciences Building.

Large lecture classes for beginning students are a fact of life.  Their scale offers huge rewards, like watching a large group of people taking command of a new toolkit for thinking.   It also offers (at least)  three challenges:  keeping students energized, drawing them into the Stanford community and into the intellectual community associated with their major, and helping them command a new toolkit they will use in advanced classes.   I discuss three keys to meeting these challenges, focusing particularly on the 21st- century students.

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Center for Teaching and Learning
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