#ClasskickChat Recap: Making Classkick More Interactive
We’ve all sat through our share of boring classes. It’s mind-numbing to be forced to listen to dry content that’s delivered (or worse, read) at us, rather than discussed with us. On the flip side, as the teacher, it’s unnerving to be looking out at a sea of faces who look like they’d rather be somewhere else. We can only hope for a dynamic, engaged crowd of students who interact with us and with each other. But that interaction doesn’t come by accident – it’s up to the teacher to frame their Classkick assignment to encourage audience participation.
We chatted on March 7th about best practices for best practices for making Classkick more interactive for our students.. Check out the complete transcript below!
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