Category: Teaching Online

Resources for teaching online.

Educators of Impact: In conversation with Dr Gaurav Gupta

Dr Gaurav Gupta is a computer programming educator who encourages his students to see the value of persistence over natural capability. Since his approach routinely produces student breakthroughs in learning, TECHE asks this self-confessed soccer obsessive how he consistently kicks...

/ 20 October, 2020

Student engagement and personalised messaging through iLearn Insights

iLearn Insights has seen a surge in usage this year and has been useful for sending personalised messages to students through iLearn.

/ 19 October, 2020
Multiple choice by Mike Catabay for TECHE

Efficiently create multiple versions of an exam or quiz

The Version Generator tool is ideal for large units where multiple versions of an exam are required, each with different variables in the questions.

/ 16 October, 2020

Spotlight on practice: Just have a go! Navigating expectations and ‘ticking off’ student participation in online learning – Andrew Burke

Andrew Burke (Law) shares how he adapted (but didn’t lower) his expectations around participation and how practice makes perfect – or at least much more comfortable - when it comes to teaching on Zoom.

/ 16 October, 2020

Spotlight on practice: How I teach now – Zara Bending

Zara Bending (Law) talks about the opportunities provided by the move to online learning and how she uses her communication 'superpower'!

/ 1 October, 2020

Zara Bending’s top tools for online learning and teaching

Zara’s pick of the most useful resources she found in the move to all-online learning.

/ 1 October, 2020

Discover your voice: Final video release – Are your virtual students listening?

Techniques to engage students with your audio and video recordings

/ 30 September, 2020

Discover your voice: Tips on portraying confidence in your teaching voice

Combat performance anxiety and make voice speed, projection, diction and inflection work for you.

/ 30 September, 2020

Spotlight on practice: Keeping students on track and motivated – Nathan Hart

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.

/ 24 September, 2020