Definition of interactive learning in English:

interactive learning

noun

mass noun
  • Learning that encourages independent study through the use of computer technology and electronic media.

    ‘new mobile technology has done wonders for interactive learning’
    • ‘The building is designed to inspire creative and interactive learning, both within and beyond the classroom.’
    • ‘The newcomers of the healthcare industry can also use such apps for enjoyable and interactive learning.’
    • ‘They have excellent resources and facilities and promote interactive learning and the use of technology.’
    • ‘Build your own clock through this interactive learning kit.’
    • ‘This lesson was delivered to all students in their third year of training in small groups to enable interactive learning.’
    • ‘The research hopes to debunk notions that television or screens are bad, and show how they can be interactive learning tools for children.’
    • ‘The annual event offers a day of interactive learning and thought-provoking discourse on the future of technology.’
    • ‘The technology offers fun based, informative and interactive learning sessions which inspires children to remain involved and motivated.’
    • ‘Interprofessional education must involve interactive learning processes and integration of theory and practice.’
    • ‘These educational tools are completely safe, timesaving, sustainable, and sensible for interactive learning.’