is Interactive Instruction?
instruction relies heavily on discussion and sharing among participants.
Students can learn from peers and teachers to develop social skills
and abilities, to organize their thoughts, and to develop rational
interactive instruction strategy allows for a range of groupings
and interactive methods. It is important for the teacher to outline
the topic, the amount of discussion time, the composition and size
of the groups, and reporting or sharing techniques. Interactive
instruction requires the refinement of observation, listening, interpersonal,
and intervention skills and abilities by both teacher and students.
success of the interactive instruction strategy and its many methods
is heavily dependent upon the expertise of the teacher in structuring
and developing the dynamics of the group.
more information on Instructional Strategies, please refer to SaskEd's