A simple principle designs the interactive teaching approaches: without practical application, students often fail to comprehend the depths of the study material.

According to the Concordia University Blog [1] - focused on the teachers all over the world - interactive teaching is also beneficial for you as the teacher in a number of ways, including:

  • Measurable student accomplishments: Teachers making use of interactive teaching styles are better equipped to assess how well students master a given subject material.
  • Flexibility in teaching: Applying training methods that involve two-way communications will enable you to make quick adjustments in processes and approaches.
  • Practice makes perfect: Interactive instruction enhances the learning process.
  • Student motivation: Two-way teaching dispels student passivity, and when more students are engaged, you will have much more fun too.

[1] https://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/classroom-resources/5-interactive-teaching-styles-2/

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