Could Neurolecturing Address the Limitations of Live and Recorded Lectures?

  • David Gamez Middlesex University, London, UK
Keywords: lectures, eye-tracking technology, artificial intelligence tutoring

Abstract

Lectures are a common teaching method in higher education. However, they have many serious limitations, including boredom, attendance, short attention span, low knowledge transmission and the passivity of students. This paper suggests how a combination of electroencephalography (EEG) and eye-tracking technology could address some of these limitations – an approach that I have called neurolecturing. Neurolecturing could measure students’ attention, learning and cognitive load and provide real time feedback to students and lecturers. It could also play a role in the flipped classroom and artificial intelligence tutoring.

Published
2018-05-02
How to Cite
Gamez, D. (2018). Could Neurolecturing Address the Limitations of Live and Recorded Lectures?. HUMANA.MENTE Journal of Philosophical Studies, 11(33), 43-58. Retrieved from http://www.humanamente.eu/index.php/HM/article/view/24