Learning Activity

Interactive lecture presentation

Stimulate active learning with interactive lecture presentations
Created by Pedagogy Team at FeedbackFruits
Learning outcome:
Prep time:
Intermediate (10-30 min)
Activity type(s):
Group project
Oral presentation

Why this learning activity?

Learning activities targeting high-order skills like this one can help you activate students more effectively. This activity will help you with:


Students will actively engage with the presentation material through embedded questions.


Students will demonstrate a better understanding of the material by participating in interactive activities.

Feedback utilization

Instructors will use student analytics to identify areas of strength and improvement, tailoring future instruction to better meet student needs.


Activity steps

1. Read instructions: Carefully review the instructions to understand the objectives and requirements of this interactive presentation activity. Pay attention to any specific guidelines provided by your instructor.

2. Answer questions: Find questions placed throughout the presentation. Answer the questions on your device during class.

Activity setup

FeedbackFruits tool(s) used:

Learning about new material, theories and ideas is a crucial part of every students learning journey, and we often use presentation or slide format for these sessions, especially at scale. Yet we always want to avoid students passively consuming the material, because we know that students learn more in settings where they have the opportunity to be active participants.

In this activity:

  • You can upload your slides, and add multiple choice and open answer questions directly into the presentation so that students remain active agents in the classroom.
  • Access student analytics to gain an picture of where students may be comfortable with material, and where they may struggle – use this to inform future classes for student success.

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