Leaving Lectures Behind: FIZZ
September 22, 2011—Ask students and teachers what they like least about their classes, and you’re likely to get the same answer from both: the lecture.
Dr. Lodge McCammon, of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, is working at the middle- and high-school levels to replace classroom lectures with more interactive, engaging activities. In the average classroom, McCammon said, students spend 90 percent of their time absorbing lectures and only 10 percent of it applying what they learn.
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