Maninder Singh Bajwa, Founder and CEO, iScuela

Maninder has been tirelessly working in the ed-tech sector since 2008 and has constantly been on the lookout for newer and innovative technology solutions for students in school that do not have access to deserving opportunities due to low learning levels and standards. With more than 10 years of experience in the domain, Maninder is now revolutionizing the ed-tech space with his highly rewarded and acclaimed product, iScuela Learn. 


There is no doubt that schools play a vital role in inculcating the right values in the students and channeling their strengths in favor of their own growth. In fact whatever you gather in school is bound to go a long way. But what is a classroom that does not follow an interaction-based learning approach? Well, interaction-based learning is undoubtedly crucial and is something that schools should embrace wholeheartedly for the sake of the welfare of their students. It leads to better understanding and encourages the students to participate actively, thereby exploring different lengths of the topic of discussion. Additionally, it makes the teaching and learning processes more efficient. Gone are those times when only teachers were expected to deliver and in between student participation was barred. Nowadays, students expect to become a part of classroom conversation, which would in turn pique their curiosity about the subject and help them understand better.

Ways schools can develop an interaction-based learning system.

Planning is the key: Start by determining the course objectives that will promote substantial learning and understanding. Discuss these goals with the students and provide them with an open room for errors and suggestions. This would allow them to develop a profound sense of course objectives and figure out how they want to proceed with it. 

Having carefully planned course objectives and their method of implementation will induce an interaction-based learning environment and make students feel more involved.

Understand your students: A successful course plan must take into account the needs and demands of the students. Determine their knowledge and abilities in addition to their history, experiences, and talents. Find a common level of understanding between the teachers and the students and make sure they are on the same platform in order to practice interaction-based learning in an efficient manner. Giving students the sense that they matter and are important is also essential if you want them to participate actively.

Feedback: Student feedback is undoubtedly the fundamental component of measuring the success of a course plan. Schools must set up an active feedback system for students to express their happiness or dissatisfaction pertaining to the course plan in action.

An interaction-based learning system is a non-linear form of communication; hence, it is reciprocal. Receiving feedback from teachers is equally important as providing one for the students. The performance feedback and improvement suggestions keep the students actively engaged in the classroom and foster a collaborative learning atmosphere.

Implement learnings: Whatever you gather through the feedback, student performance, participation and classroom environment, it needs to be acted upon immediately. This would ensure a more progressive learning environment as well as leave room for advancement. 

Furthermore, this should remain an ongoing process. Amassing the learnings past a specific time span and implementing those improvements is the key to establishing an active learning environment.

Concluding thoughts

School is regarded as our foundation for growth and development. Hence, it is crucial for schools to provide a progressive learning environment to students. Before, education was done in a linear fashion, but as students’ needs and demands changed, an interaction-based learning method emerged. Since then, it has been known to have a better impact on the students in terms of improved understanding, learning and taking an interest in a subject from a different perspective.

In order to develop and run a successful interactive learning system, planning is the key. Recognizing the course goals and deciding how to act upon them plays a vital role. Besides that, understanding your students and seeking their feedback from time to time allows better implementation of course objectives and induces a positive and interactive learning environment.

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