Interactive Learning

How Interactive Learning delivers better results?

Nowadays, Interactive Learning is widely used in education domain. Interactive Learning establishes an environment that allows students and teachers to engage in different activities like role-plays, skits, games, group discussion. It not only helps to develop skills in emotional and social engagement but also improves their decision-making skills. More than a passive viewer, the student becomes an essential part.

Interactive Learning increases student retention and engagement. Imagine using a video of roller coaster to start a conversation about physics or an image of a rainbow to introduce the concept of light. Another way is pre-assessing knowledge. Games or simulations can be a helpful way to gather information about how much student already knows about the topic.  A study found that students are more likely to participate and engage in interactive learning rather than dropping out.

The learning outcomes associated with activities in Interactive Learning is better than traditional learning. Interactive learning has more of watching, reading, and doing which delivers better results in students.

Interactive learning is not only used for adults, but also for pre-schoolers as well. Kids learn visually now. Learning performance and motor skills are also improved in children. Interactive learning techniques brings out the positive results in teaching as well as learning.