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Contributions by " David Berman"

Dr David Berman is a Reader in Theoretical Physics at Queen Mary’s School of Physics.

Focus, position and movement

In this spotlight we look at some ideas particularly relevant with large lectures regarding the position and movement of the lecturer.

Where you stand and where you look

Dr David Berman discusses the importance of being aware of where you are and how you move in the lecture theatre in order to hold the audience.

Historical narrative in physics lectures

Dr David Berman explains why he embeds the contextual historical narrative in his physics lectures in addition to the mathematical and scientific material.

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Geometric props in lectures

Dr David Berman describes how he uses props to help explain abstract mathematical concepts in a way that connects directly to students’ experiences.

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