Interactive Learning: Increasing Student Participation through Shorter Exercise Cycles

@inproceedings{Krusche2017InteractiveLI,
  title={Interactive Learning: Increasing Student Participation through Shorter Exercise Cycles},
  author={Stephan Krusche and Andreas Seitz and J{\"u}rgen B{\"o}rstler and Bernd Br{\"u}gge},
  booktitle={ACE},
  year={2017}
}
In large classes, there is typically a clear separation between content delivery in lectures on the one hand and content deepening in practical exercises on the other hand. This temporal and spatial separation has several disadvantages. In particular, it separates students' hearing about a new concept from being able to actually practice and apply it, which may decrease knowledge retention. To closely integrate lectures and practical exercises, we propose an approach which we call interactive… CONTINUE READING

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