Presentation: Using Blended Synchronous Learning approaches to simultaneously teach remote and face-to-face students
Presenting an integrated framework for teaching in blended synchronous learning environments
Research with Sociology and Gender Studies students indicates that flexible arrangements that account for students’ lived realities are key to satisfaction and wellbeing. Written by Dr Charlotte Overgaard and Dr Saartje Tack.
In Session 2, 2020 we return to on campus teaching for small group classes such as tutorials and seminars, but students will have the choice of an online option for those unable to return or who choose to continue their...
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The ANU Coffee Course on teaching in hybrid modes is now open for registration.
Get prepared NOW for teaching online this session: Program starts 22 July. Offered via iLearn, the program brings together the expertise of professional and academic staff across the University to facilitate and support participants.
Zoom has become a large part of how we work and teach so here is a brief run through of Breakout Rooms. This is a feature that will help manage participants by splitting a meeting or tutorial into smaller separate...