chalk and talk


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chalk and talk

n
(Education) sometimes derogatory a formal method of teaching, in which the focal points are the blackboard and the teacher's voice, as contrasted with more informal child-centred activities
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Currently, the most common ways of lecture delivery include using PowerPoint (PPT) presentations, lecturing by using transparency and overhead projector (TOHP) and the traditional chalk and talk method.
In this study, I investigate student's opinion of the impact of electronic presentations (PowerPoint) in lectures in undergraduate level compared to chalk and talk which is a traditional and non-electronic approach.
To use chalk and talk and virtual slides (PowerPoint presentation) as teaching methods.
On the other hand a comparison between multimedia and chalk and talk teaching tool have shown that chalk and talk is more effective tool in both spaced learning and massed learning and they increase and improve the academic performance and retention rate of students both.
In this research comparisons has been made between the spaced and massed learning methods and under these chalk and talk and multimedia teaching tools have been applied in order to determine about which is the most effective and helpful teaching method so that the retention rate and ultimately the academic performance of students can be enhanced.
Few drawbacks that exist in traditional chalk and talk method of teaching include:
The hypothesis to be tested was that innovative educational tools such as podcasts are more effective in student learning than traditional chalk and talk methodoloqies.
An array of new technologies can be applied in the classroom to replace traditional chalk and talk teaching methods.
Surprisingly, it was far from simple to stop the chalk and talk.
Then government policy changed so that subjects had to be taught separately with a chalk and talk approach.
According to our results, there is no correlation between the chalk and talk method and passive learning and student disengagement, a correlation that is widely assumed.
During an interview, job candidates dare not say they use the chalk and talk method in the classroom for fear of being judged to be technologically illiterate and/or an inept instructor.