October 3, 2019

Investigating Instructor Talk in Novel Contexts: Widespread Use, Unexpected Categories, and an Emergent Sampling Strategy

Kimberly D. Tanner, along with thirty-seven faculty, staff and students featured, identifies the importance of teaching methods in classrooms and how this “Instructor Talk” greatly impacts the students’ capacity to retain knowledge lectured.

Tanner challenges the notion of only providing information for students that strictly follow the material of the lecture, insisting that it is also important to leave room for encouraging the student in order to better promote intellectual growth.

Click here to read more about it on the San Francisco State University website and here to read the published article!

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