Student stories: "To study in pandemic times"
How have KTH's students experienced distance learning during the pandemic? How has it affected them and their studies? These are some of the questions that will be covered during this Lunch 'n' Learn webinar. (Note: the webinar will be given in Swedish)
Time: Wed 2021-01-20 12.15 - 13.00
Student perspective on distance education
The rapid transition to distance education in March 2020 posed a challenge for many teachers. The way in which it has been handled by teachers, we have highlighted in several previous Lunch 'n' Learn webinars. In this webinar, the student perspective is instead in focus.
What will be discussed are the advantages and disadvantages of the various teaching solutions for distance studies that have taken place and how the students' study motivation is affected and how life as a student has changed. Some less obvious consequences, which affect many students, will also be addressed.
Teo Elmfeldt, student in the Master's Programme, Applied and Computational Mathematics. He has also worked actively with student influence at KTH for the past two years. Teo will present both his own perspective and how KTH students generally perceived the teaching during the pandemic.
The open network meeting 22/1 will have the same theme, so for those of you who want to follow up and discuss more about this, you are welcome to participate. Please note that the network meeting will be held in Swedish. Calendar post "Open network meeting about KTH's education in connection with Covid-19" .
Recommended Zoom connection
You connect to the webinar via the Zoom-link above. No need to install anything, but sound and video quality becomes better if you install and connect using the Zoom client/app on your computer .