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Perfect your classroom AV system skills
Back to campus brings us again into physical classrooms with an AV system at your service.
If you are new to the standard AV system used on
Never have I ever …used MyCourses for teaching
No worries! Take a sneak peak, how MyCourses can make your teaching life much easier!
MyCourses is a comprehensive learning management system that saves you
Grading student work done on paper
Despite having myriad digital tools for creating assignments that are automatically, semi-automatically on manually graded online, sometimes a paper-and-pen assignment is simply the
Reflections on emotional intelligence in online teaching and learning
Back to campus – Tips on supporting the community through teaching
Recent wellbeing-related surveys of university students and of staff clearly show that our sense of community has suffered under the time of remote studying and working. As the return to campus
How I reduced the time I spent explaining grades given to my students
My name is Wonder Fulidea, and I am a teacher in a course where there are about 40 students. The course is organized twice a semester. Students are
New tools for interactions on Zoom – New Whiteboard and more options in polls
Switching between several different apps in a session can be tiresome and confusing for both teachers and students. Good news is that apps like Zoom are already taking steps forward to
Course feedback: aiming for excellence – in wellbeing
Sometimes receiving feedback on teaching can feel difficult or tiring. When the world around us aims for perfection, we tend to think that we have failed somehow if
Turnitin, a Swiss Army knife of digital pedagogy?
These last few weeks, feedback in different forms has been the theme of the blogs written by my colleagues and me. Reading all these blogs got me thinking… Turnitin, our tool
Using MyCourses discussion forum as a peer assessment and feedback tool
It was one eye-opening discussion with a colleague over an afternoon coffee that got me thinking. I remember from the previous year’s teaching, how challenging it was to support community building