Students vary greatly in what they get out of lectures. Largely, it’s a question of ‘what you get out depends on what you put in’. The more actively you listen, the better. There are some practical techniques, such as preparing for the lecture ahead of time, taking notes and following up on your notes after the lecture which can help you to get much the most out of your lectures. But first it’s a good idea to consider why universities continue the tradition of giving lectures.
Much can be learned about a good lecture by observing Michael Sandel, a Professor of Government at Harvard whose course, "Justice," regularly enrolls more than 700 students. (2 minutes 30 seconds - YouTube video)
PM - Look at the size of the lecture theatre! The video looks really dated, but the way the session is run is amazing! Nice to see a 'flipped classroom' mode a few years before they became popular in educational discussions.
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