Lecturing at home | MIT Technology Review

Jacob White, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was invited by Dean of Digital Learning Krisha Rajagopal to share the details of his teaching-from-home set up with the Academic Continuity Working Group. In this short video during one of the ACWG’s 8 a.m. calls, he walks through how he devised a makeshift lecture hall…Continue reading “Lecturing at home | MIT Technology Review”

Back to real school? University of Washington to blend small in-person classes with online learning – GeekWire

As the University of Washington prepares for the first virtual graduation in its 159-year history, President Ana Mari Cauce is focused on what happens a few… — Read on http://www.geekwire.com/2020/university-washington-plans-hybrid-learning-approach-largest-freshman-class-ever-fall/

12 BUILDING BLOCKS TO USE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES EFFECTIVELY: ALL-IN-ONE – 3-Star learning experiences

Recently, we published a series of twelve blogs on how to use learning technology effectively in online learning environments. We translated Wilfred Rubens’ work[1] (original blog – in Dutch – here), who wrote the twelve based on the book ‘Wijze lessen. Twaalf bouwstenen voor effectieve didactiek’ (‘Lessons for Learning: Twelve Building Blocks for Effective Teaching’…Continue reading “12 BUILDING BLOCKS TO USE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES EFFECTIVELY: ALL-IN-ONE – 3-Star learning experiences”