Familiarise yourself with the Synchronous remote teaching guidelines for Second Semester. (GDoc)
While Low Tech Remote Teaching using asynchronous modes is the recommended default mode for Semester 2, there are instances where some forms of synchronous teaching modalities may be appropriate.
Read the Low Tech Remote Teaching Principles, Do’s and Don'ts, and Checklist (including minimum standards (GDoc)
Pedagogic and Engagement Strategies
Guidelines for course convenors working with tutors during emergency remote teaching (GDoc)
Strategies for emergency remote teaching - small postgraduate courses and small group engagements (GDoc)
Getting to grips with Vula
Work with the CILT Guide: Vula - Creating a remote student experience (GDoc)
Redesigning your assessments for remote teaching (GDoc)
Feedback on Written Assignments in a remote context (GDoc)
Timed Vula Tests and Quizzes for remote teaching (GDoc)
View all Remote teaching Resources: Index of Guides and Resources (GDoc)
Remote Teaching Course Design Checklist
This checklist is designed to assist lecturers and teaching staff when preparing courses for remote teaching for the Second Semester. As you prepare your course for Semester Two, the checklist is designed to cover the key areas that typically need attention.
Please note: these sessions were used from mid-March to mid-April, and while useful in principle, will contain out-dated dates, deadlines and institutional plans.
Remote Teaching Practices and Tools - Level 2 Webinars
The Level 2 webinars were designed to offer a more detailed introdution to practices and tools for teaching and learning in a remote learning context. Each level 2 webinar is linked to at least one pre-recorded screencast.