The impact of interactive learning environments on the methods of learning used today
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There have been changes in the world since technology made its entrance. The way of study at school, or the way of earning higher competence of subjects, have been brought online. There are dynamic changes to the ways of learning. This research project will investigate if traditional ways of learning, with reading papers and analyze them, is more efficient than making people interact with the learning environments. This research focuses on how people gain knowledge around the marketing mix. This is one of the key factors when a company is performing a marketing campaign. Schools and business courses tend to make students read papers to learn marketing and gain the general knowledge. By applying a learning environment with interactions, the students must use different trials to explore different outcomes. The research is looking at the comparison between the traditional reading and a new method of learning which is the interactive learning environment. The results offer an opportunity to look further into the policy of interactive learning environments. There will be multiple analysis covering the reference participants documenting their improvements, and analysis of the participants who struggled with the learning. The insight provided are practical for the stakeholders. It offers a critical view on traditional reading with insights of benefits with renewing the learning method. The interactive learning environment is statistically analyzed with suggestions of benefits and obstacles with implementations. The critical review of conclusion is made for further research. The conclusions of this research paper are conducted for implementations. It provides a view of the interactive learning environment for the future of learning. This new way of learning, the dynamic and modern way of interactive learning, could greatly improve the results vs traditional ways of learning.
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