To more actively bring together theory and practice is basically the main power of interactive books. Since you can easily describe a theory on a page and on the next put it on hands on-practice in a simulation or any other form of feature-rich interactive training. It works both to improve skills, real-world tasks as well as improve your memory by putting a theory into practice. Charles F. Kettering wrote:
“There is no warfare between theory and practice.
But theory without practice isn’t much use.”
As the interactive book format dramatically is improving active and reactive learning. It activates and integrates the iReader much more in the story or content than traditional formats. Below follows a free introduction to Learning by Doing Design, it includes the following perspectives among interactive exercises.
Perspective I: Driving forces of the new dimension
Perspective II: Theory and practice
Perspective III: Shift from broadcasting pedagogy
How to build a learning lab