Tales of Teaching Online – new podcast

 

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AUGUST, 2020

Teaching Online, Good Practice

We recently launched our new podcast, Tales of Teaching Online. Fortnightly on a Monday we will share new teaching and learning stories with you, to highlight how teaching teams are transitioning online in an innovative an agile manner.

This week: ‘From wholly face-to-face to online in a few weeks’, A/Prof. Guo-Qiang Liu transitioned his Chinese language unit from wholly face to face to online in a few weeks, initiated by COVID-19; and ‘Reaching 33,000 people with Facebook Live lectures’ Ross Monaghan leverages the power of social media to enhance the impact on students.

These teachers’ stories of transitioning teaching online highlight what works, what doesn’t and how educators can work rapidly to innovate in digital learning. Put simply, these stories matter: with so much changing in the digital learning space, this resource helps us to explore what premium online learning content looks like now, as we adjust to our ‘new normal’, and the different learning experiences we need to create into the future.

New episodes to download

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Episode 2: From wholly face-to-face to online in a few weeks – listen to how A/Prof. Guo-Qiang Liu transitioned his Chinese language unit from wholly face to face to online in a few weeks, initiated by COVID-19.
Episode 3: Reaching 33,000 people with Facebook Live lectures – find out how Ross Monaghan leverages the power of social media to enhance the impact on students.

What can you expect in the upcoming episodes?

• A sessional staff member’s experience transitioning teaching online;
• The power of social media in a time of COVID-19;
• Building a sense of community through Microsoft Teams;
• Fostering a sense of belonging with large synchronous classrooms; and
• Moving practical’s and fieldwork online in weeks.

 

This is just a sample of what we will exploring this year, so be sure to subscribe to our playlist.

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