#CEIOS: Adding a mobile and interactive aspect to your teaching

(#CEIOS Events are organised and run by the CEI Team)

 

My next #CEIOS adventure started when I met a colleague during the second event back in December 2017 (read more about the event here). He was explaining to me how hard it is to engage students during lectures. He felt that it was important to ‘activate’ their attention with some actions. But he also suggested that by doing this, he may be inviting disruption and noise to his lectures; and that this way of engagement may lead towards encouragement on Facebook, Snapchat discussions or Twitter ‘rumblings’. Sound familiar? Not once did he mention the word mobile.

This made me think about the next event. What is it about mobile that is so unattractive, and why would people rather stick with usual, old-school type lecturing?

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