[To comment: email@example.com] This is also posted on www.larrylitwin.com. It is reprinted from the National School Public Relations Association — August 2012.
By M. Larry Litwin, APR, associate professor of public relations/advertising, Rowan University, Glassboro, N.J.
“Teaching naked” — it’s not a liberal approach to dress code requirements (or lack thereof), but does involve what could be considered an unusual instructional approach in today’s high-tech era — removing technology from the classroom. Simply stated, the technique puts the emphasis back on discussion, while still including technology in the learning process. Learn more about this innovative — but far from new — teaching philosophy in this month’s Trend Tracker column.
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