Technology in Interactive Learning and Teaching
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Benmessaoud, F. (2011). Technology in Interactive Learning and Teaching. In S. Barton et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2011 (pp. 1766-1767). AACE.
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This presentation offers an Interactive teaching and learning model that integrates the essence of education with technology and instructional design that capitalizes on the New Learners’ extensive technological sophistication while accommodating their intellectual immaturity. The model demonstrates how to design and develop content on the basis of a collaborative and interactive environment that promotes students interactions, captivates the students’ interest and keeps them engaged and immersed in their learning experience.
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