Role of Interactive Teaching Methods in Contemporary Higher Education: An Empirical Study

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Manisha Jaiswal, N. Bargavi, Sonia Singh, Ahmed M. Nashaat Ali Rady


The modernization of advanced education and the progress to the new Education Standards require a great quality of training of the graduates. The training of students should meet severe prerequisites such as professional capability, the ability to foresee the results of one's action, proficient communication skills, and so forth. Effective training can be done by using the practice-oriented methodology, dynamic & interactive teaching techniques, and competencies. The utilization of interactive techniques provide high inspiration and strength, supports interest in the profession, structure patterns of conduct, advance the effective securing of training material, also provides information, cooperation, and opportunity for articulation. The interactive techniques assist the students with shaping proficient capabilities, assembling intellectual abilities, fostering analytical reasoning, an interest in new information is awakened, and the creativity of character/personality is uncovered. This study discusses the role of interactive methods with the students studying in Contemporary Higher Education.

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