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Teacher stories: "Teaching with students being present in the classroom and online" (ENG)

How is it like to teach when the students are present both in the classroom and online? What should you think about and are there any good advice? These are some of the things that will be addressed when Professor Carl-Mikael Zetterling presents his experiences from study period 1 when he conducted this type of teaching. (This webinar is given in English)

Time: Thu 2020-10-22 12.15 - 13.00

Location: Online via Zoom:

Participating: Carl-Mikael Zetterling

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Synchronous lectures and home labs

During study period 1 some of the teaching at KTH returned to our campuses, where certain courses have had lectures, seminars, etc, where students have been able to participate both on campus and online (e.g via Zoom). Having to manage students online as well in the classroom is a new situation for many teachers, with a lot of new challenges to make the teaching work. During the webinar, Carl-Mikael will present about which equipment he has used and how he combined teaching for students in the auditorium and online along with a course design involving recording of lectures and opportunities for laboratory work that can be performed at home. If you are teaching a course in this way during period 2, this webinar will be valuable.

Note that this is more or less the same webinar that was given (in Swedish) on the 21/10, but this time it will be held in English. The webinar will be recorded.


Carl-Mikael Zetterling
Carl-Mikael Zetterling professor, head of division +4687904344 Profile

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