Learning Technology jottings at Goldsmiths

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Lecturing

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Did anybody see this lecture on ‘The Moral Side of Murder’, by Michael Sandel at Harvard, shown as part of the BBC’s Justice season? It was recorded, highly interactive and where not outwardly interactive nonetheless provoking, more illuminating questions and dilemmas than didactic, dramatic (all kinds of jeopardy introduced at the end – you really came to feel that reading political philosophy was an intrepid act), funny, and listened to by very forthcoming students.

I watched with great interest in the light of this devastating attack on established forms of the lecture, ‘Don’t Lecture Me‘, from Donald Clark at the most recent Association of Learning Technologists conference.

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Written by Mira Vogel

January 26, 2011 at 11:29

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