Dr. Mark Archambault
The objective of this presentation is twofold. First, to discuss the effects of handwriting lecture notes. Second, is to demonstrate how to create a lecture in Microsoft PowerPoint that results in effective and efficient note taking. The presentation will use active learning theory by splitting the audience into 3 different groups. Group one will have the full lecture to view, group 2 will have not lecture notes and group 3 will have a skeleton note handout. I expect the skeleton handout group to have the greatest retention of information and all participants to learn the benefit of handwriting lecture notes.
LaBore D. Best Practice for using Lecture Handouts in the Classroom. Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science. 2020; 2(3).
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