Pedagogical guides for remote and hybrid activities
Many students appreciate the opportunities of remote and hybrid teaching. Here you, as a teacher, can find guides and advice on getting started and developing your remote and hybrid activities.
Opportunities, challenges and proposed solutions for remote activities
Remote activities bring with them situations outside of the traditional campus activities. Here we list the pedagogical opportunities with remote activities and the suggested solutions for the most common challenges: social isolation, the unfamiliar way of working and the technology and tools used.
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Get started with remote activities over Zoom
Here, as a teacher, you will find the recommended first steps to get started with remote activities, such as lectures, group discussions and presentations.
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Activate your remote students
This page presents how you as a teacher can actively promote interactivity with pedagogical strategies and digital tools. The guide covers Canvas, Mentimeter and Zoom, including breakout rooms and Polls.
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Strategies for hybrid activities
When students participate both on campus and remotely during synchronous activities, so-called “hybrid”, you as a teacher need to have a plan on how to handle it. Here are explanations of different pedagogical and technical strategies to make hybrid activities function as well as possible.
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