With most postsecondary institutions moving to a fully online learning model for the new term, colleges and universities across North America will face many new challenges. Faculty must be made comfortable with remote instruction.
Second blog in the “Transition to Hybrid Learning” mini-series with Cisco
Teachers know how important it is to keep track of students’ progress. It’s a widespread practice to test students’ knowledge once at the end of the course via a final exam.
With some of the biggest names in post-secondary education, including major institutions ranging, all announcing plans to remain mostly online for the fall of 2020, the September 2020 academic season is expected to be very different.
With many educational organizations shifting their entire schedules to distance learning tools or full virtual environments indefinitely, never has the statement “we are all in this together” been more poignant.
This article will provide some tips for university educators on how to best combine self-paced with live online teaching in order to ensure the smooth continuation of their courses.
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These are unusual and unprecedented times for our educational community.
Some of what passes as online learning can be classified as thoughtful and engaging, while other online experiences lack the care and attention needed to enable all learners to succeed
The ability to transition from face-to-face courses to supporting faculty and learners at a distance can help schools and universities alleviate many of the concerns that come with extended closures
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