Guidance to support staff planning for remote in person teaching sessions.
Guidance and ideas to ensure that in-person teaching has pedagogic sense and adds value to students’ education.
Our challenge is to prepare the best learning experiences for all students, no matter how students and teaching staff ‘attend classes’.
In addition to engaging learners through active discussion and immediate feedback, synchronous activities can also allow for more in depth exploration of ideas and concepts.
‘Asynchronous learning’ refers to forms of learning and teaching that place flexibly online and do not require learners and/or tutors to be online simultaneously.
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Consistency, Accessibility, Scaffolding, Engagement – or CASE for short – is our model for thinking about the key themes of effective blended delivery.
Moodle is a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) used for both synchronous (live) and asynchronous activity.
Moodle is a central tool in our delivery of blended learning and teaching and it is vital that all students are able to access content. Collaboration between those who deliver and those who support learning and teaching activity is vital to ensure that courses are well designed and engaging for all
Information, guidance, and resources for all staff involved in teaching or supporting teaching and learning on courses.