[Video] E-learning: How to Deliver an Engaging Virtual Classroom Presentation
“It’s not just adding interactions for interactivity sake. These interactions must have a purpose. They must be carefully thought out and must support the learning objectives while at the same time supporting learner attention.” – Claudia Dornbusch
Interactive activities: absorb – knowledge, do – practice, connect – to life and work. Incorporate student-to-student interaction, student-to-content interaction, and student-to-instructor interaction.