"The core purpose of a great lecturer is not primarily to transmit information… The real purpose of a..."

“The core purpose of a great lecturer is not primarily to transmit information… The real purpose of a lecture is to show the mind and heart of the lecturer at work, and to engage the minds and hearts of learners.” -

notational: Richard Gunderman makes a case against the alleged death of the lecture as an education format. What he argues for instead is reminiscent of Alain de Botton’s notion of the secular sermon.  (via explore-blog)

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