Series PrefaceAcknowledgementsList of figuresList of tables1. Why lecture?2. Preparing to lecture3. Structuring and sequencing lectures4. Using your voice effectively and projecting a confident self5. Handling nerves, anxieties and discipline problems 6. Presenting material visually and using PowerPoint well7. Preparing and using handouts and learning resources8. Active learning in lectures and using interactive handsets9. Podcasting and e-lectures10. Responding to different needs and student diversity11. Evaluating lecturing and developing your practiceAppendix I: Supporting students with a disability: the legal positionAppendix II: Further information on specific disabilities and support organizationsBibliographyIndex
Kate Exley is Senior Staff Development Officer at The University of Leeds and a consultant in Higher Education. Reg Dennick is Assistant Director of Medical Education in the Medical School at the University of Nottingham.
"!This book will be a great resource for new faculty, teaching assistants, and graduate students!.Exley and Dennick have provided an excellent resource for educators to critically examine their lecture and teaching practices."--Teaching Theology & Religion