Teaching Practice – Part Four (lecture three)

The third lecture was about design processes and the lecture also comprised a video exercise of how Google fixed its design process. The lecture was a slight move towards less-monologue -style of lecture and altogether it seems, that when taking the examples close to the students’ areas of interest, there is more dialogue. It seems to be great group of people and few students have good opinions and are more willing to comment when found it appropriate. But when the taught topic is quite “generic” in a sense, it seems that the PowerPoint is useful tool but how to arrange the lecture to be bit more interactive?


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