Transitioning to Hybrid Active Learning
Please bear with us as we are busy behind the scenes working with the faculty APVCEs to develop further guidance and resources to support you with learning and teaching in 2020/21. This will include supporting two modules per faculty which can be used as examples of hybrid active learning.
In the meantime, we are highlighting some guides, resources and upcoming webinars.
Two new Spotlight guides
We have two new Spotlights, one written by Peter Kahn on Online Pedagogy from the Centre for Higher Education Studies and one by CIE's own Scott Farrow on Teaching Students to Work with Feedback and Rubrics.
CIE is committed to supporting the University in the implementation of a hybrid approach to teaching and learning at the start of the academic year 20/21. We are currently focused on developing materials to support this change. As a result existing webinars and drop in sessions (other than Canvas Coffee) will be postponed until September 20. We encourage you to access our searchable resources page for support in the meantime.
A number of CIE DigiGuides guides are available – grouped under headings below.
Canvas and Teams
Producing multimedia content, e.g. lectures, resources
Online group work
Inclusive / accessible pedagogies and resources
Active learning / classroom technologies
For further information, please use our Guides & Resources database page: search in the search box.
Please do contact us at email@example.com if we can help develop any guidance or if you cannot find a resource on our site.