Reassessing Pedagogy in a Fast Forward Age
The lecture continues to be the foundation of many university courses. However, research suggests that it may be ineffectual. This paper explores students' learning preferences.
||Pedagogy, Lecture, Active Learning, Student Learning Preferences
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 9, pp.143-150.
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Marsha Barber is an Associate Professor and Director of Broadcast Journalism at Ryerson University. Professor Barber's research interests include a study of the demographics, values and attitudes of senior broadcast journalists. She has also published in the area of pedagogy and is interested in research which enhances university teaching. Much of this interest comes from her postgraduate work in the area of Adult Learning. Professor Barber trains journalists internationally and this work has informed her research. In addition, Professor Barber's career as an award-winning documentary producer has led her to value research which has practical application both in the academy and in the industry.
Professor Barber was inducted into International Who's Who this year.
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