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What is Interactive Presentation by FeedbackFruits?

What is Interactive Presentation?

Instructors can quickly add interactive questions within their existing presentations, a more wholesome, thematically guided lecture experience can be achieved. In-class debates are also streamlined, displaying multiple students’ opinions or answers in real time.

How does Interactive Presentation work?

Interactive Presentation aims to increase interactivity during lectures by allowing instructors to embed questions to their presentation. When the instructor is presenting live, students are able to join the presentation and actively engage by answering multiple choice and open questions.

A bit of background…

The Interactive Presentation tool is a result of a collaboration between partners from the International EdTech Consortium, comprised of over 24 leading universities, such as MIT, TUDelft and HULT International Business School. All partners are united in their aim and dedication to accelerate the implementation of active, blended and online learning. The Consortium is facilitated by FeedbackFruits, as is the process of creating and distributing evidence-based learning activities and the digital means to support them.

Overview of Interactive Presentation by FeedbackFruits benefits

Why is Interactive Presentation useful for learning?

Interactive Presentation makes lectures more effective, as students are encouraged to actively participate in class, as well as pay more attention. There are many learning activities teachers can organize using this Interactive Presentation module. Examples are:

  • Students anonymously answer controversial questions and discuss them together (TU Eindhoven)
  • Students answer pre and post lecture multiple choice questions (University of Amsterdam)

The Interactive Presentation tool is a result of a collaboration between partners from the International EdTech Consortium, comprised of over 30 leading universities, such as MIT, TUDelft and HULT International Business School. The Consortium is facilitated by FeedbackFruits, as is the process of creating and distributing evidence-based learning activities and the digital means to support them. In the Consortium we work with international universities that aim to speed up pedagogical innovation in higher education. Each of our tools are carefully designed by co-creating with instructors and students to support an ever-increasing number of learning activities.

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