Whilst the period of emergency online teaching is over, the reality of the new normal is still sinking in for a lot of people – from lecturers and librarians, to parents and students. With Jisc’s Student digital experience insights survey 2020 finding that “more needs to be done to develop students’ digital capabilities and confidence”, what steps can you put into place to ensure your students get off on the right foot?
With teaching semesters coming to an end, we are closing this section of the Teach Online Toolkit out by looking at feedback. Becky Hartnup looks at why is it so important for remote learners, and how can you can embed it, and Roy Speirs provides tips on giving good feedback.
Now you understand the basics of blended learning, what else should you keep in mind when creating interactive modules?
Were you unable to attend the Blended learning design, all the gear, no idea? webinar moderated by Becky Hartnup, and hosted by Aurélie Soulier? The main points have been summarised here, and answers any questions you may have around the benefits and drawbacks of using a range of technology in blended and online education.
For many, the first semester since having to rapidly transition to a digital campus is coming to a close. Hurdles have been overcome, improvements have been made, and most importantly, teaching has continued. But now it’s time to prepare for summer and autumn semesters later in the year, so what lessons have been learnt, and what advice can be carried into the future?