# Interactive lesson

EduPage interactive lessons enable the teacher to captivate the students attention and engage them in the topic. The teacher has an overview of students' grasp of the topic.

The teacher can play any EduPage presentation or question on an interactive blackboard or projector. Just click this button.

The student immediately receives a notification in the EduPage mobile application. The student can connect to the presentation with one click on the green mesage.

The teacher is presenting and the students follow the presentation on interactive blackboard or a projector.

As soon as a question appears, the students can answer it via the mobile application.

The teacher can see the students' answers immediately. The students are more concentrated and the lesson is mere engaging. The teacher receives feedback and sees wether the students understand the topic. If the students understand, the presentation can move on.

After the lesson the teacher finds the students answers in the Results/Blackboard tab. The teacher can optionally award the students extra grades for their activity. Results are linked with the Grade book.

Various approaches to running an interactive lesson

How to launch a presentation from smartphone or a computer unconnected to the projector

Operating elements of the interactive lesson

How do students connect to interactive lesson?

How can a student with unknown EduPage login data connect to the interactive lesson?

Where can the teacher see the students results during an interactive lesson?

Where does the teacher find the students' results after the end of interactive lesson?

How to award extra points/grades for the students' activity during the interactive lesson (link with Gradebook)

How to include teaching materials into the interactive lesson

How to control interactive lessons via smartphone

Slides with several images - how to enlarge an image

How to control interactive lessons via smartphone

Teamwork at an interactive lesson

How to display only question slides in the students' smartphones