Zara’s pick of the most useful resources she found in the move to all-online learning.
The rapid move to online learning has left many students increasingly vulnerable to contract cheating companies. Here are three ways to deal with it.
Nathan Hart (Biology) shares his intensive approach to student communication this year and his own learnings about iLearn – in-between filming experiments on crickets on his kitchen table.
Spotlight on practice – The essentials of online learning: flexibility, genuine care … and a cat – Phil Chappell
Phil Chappell (Linguistics) tells of the importance of showing genuine concern for students and how he redesigned his unit to handle any situation!
According to his students, a “dedicated professor / tutor is key in making the online experience positive”. In this post, Max Harwood (Anthropology) shares his approach for an equitable online learning experience for all students.
This post shares a few techniques the MQBS Co-op team, the students and I are using to retain interactive discussions and activities in the blended synchronous environment.
His students consider him a 'knowledge master' when it comes to helping them learn online. Here, John Knox (Linguistics) shares his thoughts on what works for him when teaching online.