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TITLE: Simplifying for clarity : [videorecording] teaching in two cycles; structuring and looking back.
PUBLISHED: California : The center for teaching and learning, 1997.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette ( 51 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/ 2 in.
NOTES: Program one presents methods for simplifying the material by teaching it in two (or more) cycles. The first cycle presents a simplified version - the easier - to- comprehend aspects of the material. Four types of a simp0lified version are suggested. Program two illustrates three additional methods for simplifying instruction: structuring and advance organizing the topics presented; teaching in small steps; and looking back.
NOTES: Teaching in two cycles -- structuring and looking back.
NOTES: Produced by Dr. Nira Hativa & the Stanford Instructional Television Network.
NOTES: This videotape programs are aimed at promoting the pedagogical knwoledge of college/university instructors. The programs demonstrate teaching techniques found to contribute to an effective lecture. Siimplifying is a major technique for clear teaching. Clarity in teaching means explaining material in a way that facilitates student understanding. Therefore, clarity is of top importance to students' learning. It also reduces the complexity of difficult material and thus promotes student understanding.
NOTES: English.
ADDED ENTRY: Hativa, Dr. Nira.
ADDED ENTRY: Stanford Instructional Television Network.

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