Explore the latest news, expert advice and tips on interactive learning

Let’s Get Interactive!

Between 2013-2016 research was conducted into the use of Personal Response Systems to support the teaching of physics in Polish secondary schools. Slawomir Binek, Professor at the University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland discusses the benefits of long-term use of interactive systems in education ahead of next week’s Turning Technologies User Conference 2018.

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Learning Gains

Dr Fabio Aricò, Senior Lecturer in Macroeconomics at the University of East Anglia shares his investigative work into the concept of ‘learning gain’ as a measure of pedagogical effectiveness ahead of the Turning Technologies User Conference 2018.

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Vote for the Arts and Humanities

Christopher Wiley, Senior Lecturer in Music at the University of Surrey, shares ways he is using electronic voting systems creatively in the Arts and Humanities ahead of the Turning Technologies User Conference 2018.

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Driving active learning through peer instruction

Professor Simon Lancaster, Professor of Chemistry Education, School of Chemistry at the University of East Anglia,encourages universities to delve deeper into peer instruction as a pedagogy for active learning, ahead of the Turning Technologies User Conference 2018.

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