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Encouraging attendance at lectures: deep learning and assessment

Lecturing for learning: attendance

Attendance at lectures can be a source of frustration for tutors. In this video, Tom Angelo of the University of Sydney argues that lecture attendance can be driven up through the requirement in assessments for deep learning.  If the assessment requires deep learning, and the lectures provide a gateway to that deep learning, then attendance […]

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Fostering deep learning in lectures

Lecturing for learning: deep learning

Deep learning, preparing for lectures and cognitive load In this video Tom Angelo of the University of Sydney argues that under the best of circumstances most human beings can handle about five new concepts an hour, at most.  If you give people more than that, all you do is start pushing out the new concepts […]

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