- The invisible teaching method of Lao Tzu
- The friendly teaching method of Gautama
- The hilarious teaching method of Zeno of Elea
- The challenging teaching method of Jesus
- The practical teaching method of Hypatia
- A WISE TEACHER
Ever wanted to know the amazing ways in which famous teachers like Jesus, Hypatia, Zeno, Lao Tzu and the Buddha taught their followers? Find out in five quick lectures! You'll be amazed! You can use the methods of these five famous teachers in your own classroom. If you take this course you will achieve the following goals (1) you will be able to state the method used by Lao Tzu to amaze his students (2) you will be able to explain how the Buddha taught his students to pay attention (3) you will be able to find out why Zeno asked his students to explain their own beliefs before using their own arguments against them (4) you will be able to recount why Jesus taught with short, sharp riddles, and (5) you will be able to show how Hypatia's challenges to her students led them to a new understanding of the algebra of the marketplace. Each lecture in this course is accompanied by extensive lecture notes to help you grasp the importance of the methods described.
'Anthony Barton is a teacher, and proud of it.' -- Edgar Z. Friedenberg
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Professor Barton is a retired Associate Professor of Education who taught at Dalhousie University in Canada for more than a quarter of a century, helping undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students understand the profounder aspects of teaching. He taught a popular undergraduate course on 'The Methods of Famous Teachers' to 250 students. He made a habit of greeting each student individually as they entered the lecture hall with a summary of the life and work of the famous teacher, and did his best to illustrate that famous teacher's work with slides, videos and so forth.