onsdag 19 maj 2021

Föreläsningens framtid - webbinarium

Photo by Wilhelm Gunkel on Unsplash

Under pandemin har många lärare upptäckt begränsningar med den traditionella föreläsningsmodellen. Dagens undervisning baseras mer på kollaboration, problemlösning och diskussion. EDEN (European Distance and E-learning Network) fortsätter med sin webbinarieserie om utbildning efter pandemin med en diskussion om föreläsningens framtid, Teaching After the Storm: Reimagining the Traditional Lecture, tisdag 25 maj 17:00.

One of the biggest challenges facing educators when quickly moving to emergency remote online teaching was how to teach large classes effectively. At the beginning of the COVID crisis, many people merely replaced their traditional face-to-face lecture with a live synchronously delivered session through Zoom, Teams, Collaborate, or other online platforms. It soon became apparent that lecturing down a digital pipe to a large group of students passively watching from their screen-tops was not the most engaging form of online learning. While this approach was understandable during the height of a crisis, students’ feedback and a commitment to providing quality higher education challenge us to do better. The pandemic experience raises longer-term questions about the value of the traditional lecture method—irrespective of the delivery mode.

Talarna denna gång är: Ann Marie Farrell (Dublin City University, Irland), David Hornsby (Carleton University, Kanada), Blaženka Divjak (University of Zagreb, Kroatien) och Paul Prinsloo (University of South Africa).

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