Experimental Group, Formal Groups, Interactive Teaching, Non-Formal Groups, Traditional Group
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Nowadays in Albania, there is growing demand for qualified teachers in the subject of Physics. For universities, this need is converted into a task to produce expert teachers in this field. To do this, university professors should select and adapt teaching methods to develop expertise in physics to meet the needs of all levels of education in this area. The article deals with factual results of the application of interactive teaching methods at various courses of the Bachelor program at the University of Korça. The necessity of group work experimentation in this university was conditioned by the performance variability of the students who are studying in it.
The interactive teaching method was applied with the help of organizing a part of the students (referred to as the 'experimental group') in formal and non-formal groups. It was applied both during lectures and seminars. Parallel to the students' part of the interactive method, the work continued with the traditional method with another group of students of the same course (referred to as the 'traditional group').
The results achieved by this method show a total increase of 1.5% of the experimental group's performance. This by referring to their pre-university assessments. Also, there is a difference of the experimental group's performance, distinctively qualitative compared to the traditional one