In the context of Covid-19, in May 2020 the project re-focused to support a move to a more blended approach to teaching and learning in the academic year 2020/21. The EDTL Approach adheres to the pedagogy-first pillar of the project, while supporting staff in their digital professional development. A pathway with key considerations for those who are adapting a single module or a whole programme, normally taught wholly or partly face-to-face, is described. The student digital learning experience is maintained at the core.
Also available is the EDTL Approach for Students: planning effective learning during Covid-19. This resource has been developed by the EDTL student intern team.
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Consider your students
At the heart of our EDTL Approach is the Student. We suggest 5 resources that will help you consider your students while planning for remote teaching.
Reflect on the emergency pivot
Take some time to reflect on what you have achieved and what you have learned
Consider Content & Activities
Resources to ensure the smooth transition of your teaching resources and activities to online.
Considerations for lab-based subjects
Resources to support effective remote teaching of lab-based modules and programmes.
Consider Communication & Engagement
Communication plays a powerful role in student engagement and the facilitation of learning.
Consider Assessment & Feedback
Online and blended learning generates both opportunities and challenges with respect to Assessment and Feedback. These resources may be useful to as you reconsider assessment and feedback in the context of Covid-19.