This paper describes efforts and practices used in teaching a Communication skills course with two full time teachers to approximately 650 enrolled students. It is focused on issues including motivating students if they consider this course to be non-essential for their professional development and a nuisance in their study, achieving learning outcomes in an efficient way, and using of ICT for assessment and self-assessment of communication skills. The ways and means of leveraging ICT in achieving these goals are presented in the paper. The potential of ICT and multimedia to motivate, keep students on schedule, gain their attention in lectures and assess their knowledge is discussed, and lessons learned from six generations of students and how they influenced course re-design are elaborated.
Petrović, J., & Pale, P. (2023). Using ICT To Motivate And Achieve Learning Outcomes In Live Teaching Of 650 Students. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/678V-NH13
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