Well done to you and your students surviving the transition to teaching and learning online. We’ve been hearing a lot of success stories! With summer semester starting soon, you are probably already preparing for online delivery. To help you plan support for your students, consider these tips: 1 Plan more time for socialisation This past

Nearpod has added a Teacher View for Student-Paced lessons. This will give teachers real-time insights into students’ progress in the Student-Paced lessons. Now you can: 👀 easily monitor student progress the same way you do during a live lesson. ✅ quickly determine which students have joined the student-paced lesson. 📋 moderate Collaborate! Boards immediately when

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Nearpod has long been a favourite of faculty who are looking to create and deliver engaging, interactive lessons for students in both face-to-face learning environments and, more increasingly these days, in online ones. Being able to create presentations that guide you and your learners through an entire lesson is made all the better when you

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Doing group work is of great benefit to you and your learners. It keeps everyone active on a task. It promotes team building and learning roles. Maybe most importantly, it gives you the chance to focus on a smaller group of learners and engage them in formative feedback, discussion, and coaching, depending on the task

Developing and delivering fully online courses is a novel challenge for many of us. Fortunately, experienced practitioners are sharing their expertise online. If you are struggling to balance all the new demands on your time, podcasts can be an effective start to learning about new approaches while you work out or take care of routine tasks.

A concern when transitioning from face-to-face to online delivery, which is driven by campus closures, is that the required speed of transition may negatively impact the learning experience. This is due to faculty needing to re-think their learning activities and to upskill themselves to succeed in an online model. This adjustment takes time. However, delivery

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