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A Novel Approach for Undergraduate Teaching

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A novel approach for undergraduate teaching is proposed in which the instructor will meet the students for a three-credit-hour course only one hour a week to discuss and interact with each other instead of giving the monolog-type of lectures. The new approach has many potential advantages. Theoretically it should benefit the students and the instructors, as well as the college administrations. Should the new approach prove successful, it will have far reaching effects on many levels of education: the university undergraduate classes, the technical institutions, the junior and community colleges, the cooperative programs, and the continuous education programs as well as high school teachings. It may also help to solve the staffing problem of many black studies departments.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )