"Engagement Triggers and Tasks for Interactive Segments" (post) outlines a variety of "learning-oriented tasks" and attention-grabbing strategies that help create "interactive lecture segment[s]."
- With remote instruction, use breakout rooms, whiteboards, and group sharing in Zoom and/or the Discussions tool or Assignments dropbox in D2Lfor the work process and for sharing work product.
- "Tasks are the actual activity the instructor has students do such as interpret a graph, while interactive lecture techniques. are the processes by which students complete the activity, such as using a think-pair-share to interpret a graph."
1. Some Interactive Lecture Techniques (each explained at its link)