The Art of Lecturing
|author:||Parham Aarabi (2007)|
|date read:||4 March 2018|
|rating:||★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆|
This book covers some general advice for lecturing, both in academic and non-academic contexts.
Most of the advice was familiar to me already, but the refresher was helpful. I suspect I’d have learnt more if I’d read it a few years ago. (Whether this is reflected in my lecturing ability is another thing entirely!)
It’s a bit rambly in parts, and often goes off into case studies that take too long to explain. Like some of the lectures it describes, I think you could edit it down without losing much. I’m unlikely to read it again, but I might skim the chapter summaries.
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