Mark Laumakis | Combating Student Passivity in Large Lecture Courses

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We asked Psychology Lecturer Mark Laumakis a few questions about why, what, and how he does what he does for his students on a daily basis. Here's a taste of what he had to say.

Mark Laumakis, Psychology Lecturer at San Diego State University, is an engagement expert

What is the most fulfilling aspect of teaching for you?

"I really enjoy helping students learn concepts that are important and relevant to their everyday lives."

What drew you to seek a student engagement solution in your course?

"I was seeking to combat the student passivity that can characterize student behavior in large lecture courses."

 


 

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MARK LAUMAKIS IS AN ENGAGEMENT EXPERT

Mark Laumakis, Psychology Lecturer and Faculty in Residence with Instructional Technology Services, has been an iClicker enthusiast since 2006, engaging over 21,000 students in his large enrollment classrooms—and that number continues to grow. The San Diego State University campus utilizes iClicker 2, our newest physical clicker, to foster an ecosystem of growth and success that meets students, and faculty, where they are.

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