Teaching more by lecturing less.

  title={Teaching more by lecturing less.},
  author={Jennifer K. Knight and William B. Wood},
  journal={Cell biology education},
  volume={4 4},
We carried out an experiment to determine whether student learning gains in a large, traditionally taught, upper-division lecture course in developmental biology could be increased by partially changing to a more interactive classroom format. In two successive semesters, we presented the same course syllabus using different teaching styles: in fall 2003, the traditional lecture format; and in spring 2004, decreased lecturing and addition of student participation and cooperative problem solving… CONTINUE READING
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