In an increasingly digital world, there is a need to go beyond the classic classroom teaching and look at other pedagogical methods that are designed to take full advantage of digital tools. The use of digital tools can benefit students' different learning styles and increase collaboration within the course.
The term blended learning refers to the mixture of different learning environments, for example e-learning in combination with traditional classroom methods. Read more about Blended learning .
With the Flipped Classroom method, you can use the learning platform to share, for example, films or other material in advance. The students prepare and you use the lessons to discuss and immerse yourself in the content together. Read more about Flipped Classroom .
Increase communication and student collaboration within your course
Do you want to kickstart the digital collaboration between the students? Peer feedback, break out rooms and discussion forums are some ways to do that. Stefan Hrastinski (professor at the Digital Learning unit, KTH) gives his tips on which methods and tools that can be used. Read more about communication and collaboration .