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Making Lectures more Interactive: How you can deliver learning that actively engages large numbers of students in a lecture theatre



Education and Research.

About this course:

Flipped learning, just-in-time teaching and peer learning are all techniques that encourage active learning, providing opportunities for critical thinking and discussion.

This session demonstrates technologies that support these techniques including:.

- Using ELE to provide pre-lecture learning activities.

- Using Responseware and other quizzing and tools to poll students and run formative assessments in class.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own devices.

Learning outcomes:

As a result of attending this course, you will:.

Identify different techniques and technologies for promoting active learning in lectures.

Who should attend this course:

New and existing staff who teach or support learning.


Members of the E-Learning team.


Resources for this workshop will be made available through the Exeter Learning Environment (ELE):

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