The Effects of Teaching Methods in Leadership Knowledge Retention: An Experimental Design of Lecture, Experiential, and Public Pedagogy

@article{Williams2010TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Teaching Methods in Leadership Knowledge Retention: An Experimental Design of Lecture, Experiential, and Public Pedagogy},
  author={Jennifer R. Williams and Megan M. McClure},
  journal={The Journal of Leadership Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={86-100}
}
Finding an effective teaching methodology for leadership educators is daunting. In this experimental study undergraduate leadership students’ retention of knowledge was tested after receiving leadership instruction via lecture, experiential learning, and public pedagogy. Results show lecture is an inferior method of teaching leadership while public pedagogy had effective and consistent results. 

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