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Hitting pause : 65 lecture breaks to refresh and reinforce learning / Gail Taylor Rice ; foreword by Kevin Barry
Books/Textual Material | Stylus Publishing, LLC | 2018 | First edition.
Available at Gumberg CTE 727 Fisher Hall. Call 412-396-5177 for availability. (LB2393 .R53 2018)
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Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2018.
Descript
xi, 252 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
pt. 1. Benefits of pausing -- Why we need to pause -- pt. 2. Brain science support for the pause -- Pausing supports ideal learning -- Starting pauses focus attention -- Midpauses refocus attention -- Closing pauses capture learning -- pt. 3. Reasons for pausing -- Why start with a pause -- Why close with a pause.
Summary
Pauses constitute a simple technique for enlivening and enhancing the effectiveness of lectures, or indeed of any form of instruction, whether a presentation or in an experiential setting. This book presents the evidence and rationale for breaking up lectures into shorter segments by using pauses to focus attention, reinforce key points, and review learning. It also provides 65 adaptable pause ideas to use at the opening of class, mid-way through, or as closers.--AMAZON.
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9781620366530 (paperback alkaline paper)
1620366533 (paperback alkaline paper)
9781620366523 (hardcover alkaline paper)
1620366525 (hardcover alkaline paper)
9781620366547 (library networkable e-edition)
9781620366554 (consumer e-edition)
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OCoLC
20190903040956.0
170707s2018 vaua b 001 0 eng cam i
GBB8L5427 bnb
018902553 Uk
DLC eng rda DLC OCLCO OCLCF YDX VRC OSU YDX OCLCO OCLCQ UKMGB
(OCoLC)1011561706
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DUQQ kem
C0 DUQ
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