It is important that all teachers reflect on curriculum delivery in virtual environments, deploying teaching strategies grounded in learning theory that is germane to virtual teaching environments, such as cognitive load theory.
This resource offers 12 tips and a video explanation.
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How can teachers adapt to teaching online?
A serious lack of funding over the last decade had already seen English state schools struggling to meet the needs of pupils. The COVID-19 pandemic caught all of us off-guard with an immediate need across the education community to readjust curriculum materials for remote delivery.
In a new research paper, 12 Tips for Pivoting to Teaching in a Virtual Environment published by the University of Manitoba, academics offer tips to provide insight on the practice of teaching in virtual [health] environments, from course design to student engagement, to assessment practices, to maximising the potential that technology can provide for both the [teacher] and the students. I’ve taken a closer look to see if there are any similarities that we can draw upon for the teaching profession…
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