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How to create interactive lessons One solution is to break the interactive learning process into three important stages my students should go through in any effective interactive lesson.

  1. Initial exploration
  2. Summary and assimilation
  3. Connections

Genially and Flipgrid: Interactive activities for students Flipgrid’s Discovery Library is a virtual space where teachers can find ready-made activities which they can assign to students. Students can then respond to prompts offered within each activity, sending their video responses directly to their teacher. Genially is participating (of course) with its own space within the Discovery Library, filled with activities for a range of subjects and ages. New activities are being added all the time, so keep tabs on the page for new teaching aids and activities!

Genially and Flipgrid: Interactive activities for students A new collaboration between Genially and Flipgrid, a free online platform that allows students to reply to assignments with short videos, is making it easier for teachers to make sure their students go through all three stages of the interactive learning process in their digital classroom.

Benefits of Interactive Learning Teachers work to present new information to students and give those students multiple opportunities to engage with that information, using critical thinking, cooperation, SEL and other skills in the process. These opportunities to engage are enhanced and expanded by the use of inherently interactive learning materials. The more times a student works with a given set of concepts, the more likely they are to assimilate them into their knowledge base.

What is interactive learning? Simply put, interactive learning is learning that requires student participation. This participation can come through class and small group discussions as well as through exploration of the interactive learning materials they’re given in a digital classroom.