15 December 2009

But imagine how long he could teach if he used a more student-centered pedagogy?!?

From Today's Chronicle of Higher Ed

December 14, 2009, 07:00 AM ET

Lecturer Breaks the World Record

Errol T. Muzawazi, whom we wrote about here last week, is still walking and talking after five days in front of a classroom at Jagiellonian University, in Krakow, Poland. His feat, which is to end today at the 130-hour mark (4 p.m. ET), can be seen live on the Web.

As with all such endeavors, Mr. Muzawazi's marathon mark will not be official until Guinness World Records declares it so, but at noon local time (6 a.m. ET), he crossed over the previous record of 120 hours. He is seeking to raise money for a trans-African educational journey.

Congratulations, Mr. Muzawazi! Now get some sleep.

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