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Online Teaching Library > For ALL Instructors > Pedagogy & Best Practices > Using 'Sticky' Ideas to Create Memorable Lectures & Discussions


Workshop Description

What is a "sticky" idea? A “sticky” idea is one that is understood and remembered—and that leads to changes in opinion, behavior, or values.

Research shows that sticky ideas have six traits in common. In this workshop, Kevin Koczela (Online Education) describes these traits and shows you how to use them to create "sticky" lectures and discussion questions.

(Workshop date: Spring 2012)


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