What does your classroom lecture look like from a student’s perspective? I had my students video tape my lesson from a few different places in the room, and I’ve created these videos to demonstrate what it might be like for students with various learning differences. I’m by no means an expert in this area, but I want to add another perspective on why classroom lecture might not be the best pedagogical tool.
(Thanks to @marynabadenhors for the translation!)
Can you think of what class might be like for these learners? Are there other types of learners that might suffer in a one-style-fits-all classroom?