Eva Krumhuber (Experimental Psychology)
5 minute talk
When teaching synchronous sessions, students have typically been asked to discuss a piece of research (e.g., journal article, book chapter). With the emergence of new learning platforms and software to engage students online, a range of interactive learning tasks has become available. Those go beyond the mere acquisition and discussion of course materials by enabling students to apply their knowledge collaboratively in small groups. In this brief presentation, I would like to give an overview of some live activities (using Infographics, Voki, Kialo) that students experienced as highly engaging and fun in reaching a deeper understanding of the core concepts.