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Engaging Students in Large Lectures

by CFT Director Derek Bruff

I’m leading a workshop in the School of Nursing this morning on the topic of teaching large lecture classes. I’m using a Prezi for the workshop, and I’ve embedded it below. You can click the forward button to move through the Prezi, or use your mouse to zoom and pan within the Prezi at will. And be sure to click on any links you see for additional information.

See also our teaching guide on lecturing.

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