The second edition of Giving a Lecture builds upon the reputation and success of the Key Guides for Effective Teaching in Higher Education series. It is an excellent resource for those new to teaching at the University and College level andfor those who just want to reflect upon and refresh their lecturing practice. The best selling first edition has been fully revised, and this edition continues to cover all the basics onhow to go about lecturing while maintaining its jargon-free and accessible style. New lecturers will find the second edition equips them with the essential tools and guidance for delivering a successful lecture, and explains exciting new developments along with the fundamentalsof lecturing.
Addressing a number of rapid developments that have occurred since its first publication in 2004, the second edition provides:A new chapter on podcasting and e-lecturing Much more on the effective use of PowerPoint Guidance on using interactive handsets to promote active learning and engagement Consideration of the role of Lectures in problem based learning (PBL) courses An expanded chapter that addresses current diversity/inclusivity issues A fresh look with new Illustrations Updated 'Recommended Reading and Web-Resource' sections
This handy guide uses a multi-disciplinary approach based on sound educational theory to provide clear guidance and engaging ideas on giving a memorable and motivationallecture. Readers will find its straightforward approach is bothreadable and verypractical, and new University and College Teachers, Graduate Teaching Assistants, Part-time Tutors, Teaching Clinicians and Practitioners,together with those interested in educational andstaff development, will find this book provides them with all theguidance they need to lecture with confidence and skill.