Teacher stories: "From laboratory room to virtual lab" (SWE)
Documentation from Lunch 'n' Learn 11 November 2020
Ramis Örlü tells about how he carried out the laboratory work with the students at a distance, using short films in combination with quizzes in Canvas and question and answer sessions in Zoom to engage and interact with the students. Here you find the documentation, film and link to the presentation from the webinar (in Swedish).
[The video initially only has machine-generated captions but these will be updated with manual editing of captions that better matches the content.]
About the webinar
Laboratory work is an important part of an engineering education and they are therefore included in various forms in many of the courses at KTH. For students, they often become a way to connect the theoretical parts with the practical. But, how can laboratory work be performed when the students are not physically present? And, what is required of teachers and students when the labs take place online? These are some of the issues that is covered in this webinar. (This webinar is in Swedish).
Björn Ström (from the Unit of Digital Learning and the House of Science, KTH) describes different general ways of conducting laboratory work at a distance. The second part focus on how Ramis Örlü (from the Department of Engineering Mechanics) carried out remote laboratory work during the latter part of the spring semester. Ramis tells about how he and several doctoral students carried out the laboratory work with the students at a distance, including short films in combination with quizzes in Canvas and question and answer sessions in Zoom to engage and interact with the students.
Björn Ström (Unit of Digital Learning and House of Science, KTH).
Ramis Örlü (SCI, KTH).