ERIC Number: ED169385
Record Type: RIE
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Ideas for Improving Your Classroom and Meeting Techniques.
Doering, F. J.
Various methods of meeting and classroom techniques are presented in this booklet. It is aimed at teachers and advisors seeking innovative ideas to encourage student interest and participation in the classroom. The methods examined include the lecture or speech, group discussion, panel discussion, colloquy, role playing, buzz session, forum, interview, demonstration, workshop, skit, listening team, symposium, field trip, and the idea inventory. Each method is accompanied by a description of the method and a listing of advantages and disadvantages in using the particular method. Many techniques also include diagrams illustrating the best ways to arrange a classroom for that type of presentation (where to place speakers, chairman, audience, reaction panel, blackboards, etc.). (CT)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction, Madison. Bureau for Career and Manpower Development.
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