📑 Just shifting online or shifting the learning?
To summarize, ask yourself a few questions when you are shifting from regularly meeting students to providing an online/digital program:
- What should you do to most effectively utilize synchronous time, when you have it scheduled?
- What can you take out of your course so that you are reducing the expectations of students working from home, with less support than they get at school?
- How can you make assignments engaging, interactive, and interesting?
- What kind of things will you assess and how can you ensure that assessment is something that authentically assesses the students skills and competencies?
How can you shift the learning experience beyond just shifting everything online?