As lecturer in learning and teaching responsible for the PGCTHE, I keep an eye out for new resources to help our staff teach effectively online. This includes externally-provided webinars, toolkits, publications and other resources. Because active learning is high on our university agenda, I’m particularly keen to share guidance for moving active learning online.
Below I’ve listed items that came to my attention in the past week. In the interest of clarity, our policy is to show the titles and descriptions in the language of delivery.
- 16/7/2020 – AdvanceHE report with Tweet chat “There will be a chance to explore the findings of this report through a tweetchat on 16th July 15:30-17:30 BST #AdvanceHE_chat” and #LTHEchat. The final report from the Creating Socially Distanced Campuses and Education Project is now available.”
- 22/7/2020 – Education and Training foundation “Releasing the genie – helping teachers and learners tap into the potential of students’ personal devices”
- University of Surrey “Student and Staff Collaborative Webinar Series”
- Brooks C, Huang Y, Hattie J, Carroll A and Burton R (2019). “What Is My Next Step? School Students’ Perceptions of Feedback“. Frontiers of Education 4:96.
- Carvalhoa C, Conboyb J, Santosa J, Fonsecab J, Tavaresc D, Martinsa D (12 February 2015). “An Integrated Measure of Student Perceptions of Feedback, Engagement and School Identification”. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences.
- Jackson, Anna. WonkHE Blog (15/7/2020). “The expectation gap: students’ experience of learning during Covid-19 and their expectations for next year”
- Mintz, Steven (6 July 2020). “Making Online Learning Active – Using digital sources and tools in virtual humanities classrooms.” Inside Higher Ed
- SUNY “Online Course Quality Review Rubric”
- SUNY “Remote Teaching vs Online Learning”
- Whitaker, Manya (28 May 2020). “What an Ed-Tech Skeptic Learned About Her Own Teaching in the Covid-19 Crisis“, Chronicle of Higher Education.
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