I do not like these passive presentations. I did listen to and read and watch the presentation in fuzemeeting of 21 sept 2011. (that were three rather passive verbs). We did read the paper, we did see the slides of the presentation in the days before. And after we did read these, the presenter is presenting the stuff once more. And being very busy presenting, the presenter is not able to look at the questions in the chat.
I would like to be able to send questions to the presenter before the life meeting.
The presenter could think about answers and discuss the answers with the public. That could be a stimulus for the audience to go on and write and talk in the week ahead about the content of the presentation.
These presentations were done in the Middle Ages, it is not a new way of teaching or learning, it is a very old-fashioned way of teaching. And I must confess, it does not work for me.
Please, do understand it is not the presenter of today I am referring to, it is the common kind of presenting teacher of today. These teachers are busy presenting and not connecting to the students. Could we change this teacher behavior in this #change11 MOOC?