Class Preparation Time - How Much Is Enough?

Phillip Wankat, Frank Oreovicz, The Stanford Learning Lab

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This site features a discussion of the often overlooked notion that there is a point of diminishing return in everything, including the preparation time devoted to class. The article argues that excessive class preparation is unhelpful, even harmful, before presenting a model for quickly and effectively developing class lectures.

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Subject: Education:Faculty Development
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary
Topics: Education:Faculty DevelopmentKeyword: lecture preparation