Interactive Lecture Strategies

Many thanks to Community Members Dena Leshner and Jeniffer Obando, Senior Instructional Designers from the Teaching and Learning with Technology, who prepared the follow information for the March 21, 2017 workshop which they facilitated.

What it is

Interactive lectures include at least one opportunity for students to interact actively and directly with the material through a specific learning task. These can be brief segments within a larger lecture-based class period, and can include a single repeated technique or a mix of several different ones. As you explore the below sections, click on a concept for more information.

Considerations and Best practices

General Strategies

Classroom Response System Based Strategies

Additional Resources