Making Lectures more interactive/ the use of case studies and Problem-Based Learning
A departmental workshop, University of Bradford, Tuesday 11 May 2010
Facilitators: Ros O’Leary (Economics Network) and Guglielmo Volpe (Queen Mary)
The session was divided into two. Ros O'Leary from the Economics Network explored how to make lectures more interactive and Guglielmo Volpe from Queen Mary, University of London focused on the use of case studies and Problem-Based Learning.
- Making Lectures more interactive
- Activities in lectures
- Using case studies and problem-based learning
- Using PBL at Westminster
Also useful: Handbook for Economics Lecturers chapters on Lectures and on Problem-Based Learning; Embedding Threshold Concepts website.
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