This article thoroughly examines methods of migrating a course from the face-to-face environment to an online environment while maintaining student engagement. It provides ideas that can be seen as a checklist for those designing an online course to best replicate what works well in the face-to-face classroom.
This Edutopia blog post from Joshua Block explores the benefits of reflection and closing in gauging student retention of content and pushing them towards a deeper understanding of course material.
If you are toying with the idea of blending your class or feel that the teaching and assessment strategies you are using could use some revisiting, this article might be able to help you.
This infographic highlights the history of andragogy and explores adult learning.
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Gibbon is a web app which makes it easy to create learning playlists by simply adding specific article or video links to your custom-made content compilation. It can also strip away any styling allowing you to focus more on the content.
Failure is good because allows us to learn from our practice. Developing a new attitude or method of teaching may result in failure. It could also result in a better community of learning.
Failure is good because it leaves us the opportunity to reflect critically on our professional practice. What is reflective practice? How should teachers implement it? Check out our video on Reflective Practice to learn more.