chalk and talk


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chalk and talk

A style of teaching in which the teacher writes on a blackboard (with chalk) and lectures the class. This phrase is often used to criticize such traditional teaching methods. Primarily heard in UK. You shouldn't just rely on chalk and talk—you need to interact with your students so that they connect with the material.
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chalk and talk

teaching by traditional methods focusing on the blackboard and presentation by the teacher as opposed to more informal or interactive methods. British
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To assess teaching effectiveness of chalk and talk and Microsoft PowerPoint presentation from student's perspective.
of Obstetrics and Gynaecology who had been taught on different topics in the subject of obstetrics and gynaecology by different teachers in the subject by both methods that is some of them employed chalk and talk instructions only and others heavily used computer generated slides (PPT).
Thus, our students experienced technology intensive lectures as well as lectures in which traditional chalk and talk was exclusively used.
26 voted chalk and talk as better and effective tool to explain the subject efficiently.
20 chose chalk and talk as more creative than PowerPoint to create interest in the subject.
Traditional chalk and talk method of teaching is one way flow" of giving learning to the students.
Traditional chalk and talk method of teaching resulted in misbalance between what learning is given to the students in the classroom versus what is the need of organizations in the corporate world.
Problem-based learning is gradually being accepted in most of the institutions as an instrument to tackle the deficiencies of traditional chalk and talk method of teaching.
This is basically a comparative study between spaced learning and massed learning using traditional chalk and talk and multimedia methods of teaching.
The fourth experiment was conducted using massed learning with the aid of chalk and talk on 50 students and the same topic Motivation and its theories" was delivered.
As a result of these:l must do more in class' feelings it took several years for me to truly let go of the chalk and talk and to trust in the students to do what students do best, that is learn.
For instance, Becker and Watts (2001) predicate their study on the juxtaposition of active learning technology-based approaches to the chalk and talk method.
One of the major objectives of our study then, is to test whether technology based instruction enhances or impedes student engagement and learning in comparison to the traditional chalk and talk method.
PowerPoint (our proxy for technology based approaches) and the chalk and talk method.
The economics faculty at Radford University is comprised of ten full-time and four adjunct members, some of whom employ chalk and talk instruction only and others who heavily use web-based instruction including computer generated slides, on-line multiple choice quizzes, web pages and interactive in-class ("clicker") technologies.