The latest Good Practice Guide – Online pedagogy has been published. This guide provides insights into supporting student learning in online contexts using the communities of inquiry COI model. The COI, which is described as one of the most effective frameworks for online learning, discusses the importance of the social, cognitive and teaching presence to support a successful educational experience. Use of the COI helps you create an active and flexible online learning environment.
In addition, the following tip sheets have also been developed:
- Strategies to embed teaching team resources and promote communication within FLO which provides ideas on how to promote communication across teaching teams within a FLO site
- Authentic and active learning discusses ways to implement these student-centred approaches in your teaching
- Using analytics to support student learning provides tips on monitoring student engagement as well as insights into improving the student experience through use of analytics
- Designing holistic rubrics discusses why you might use a holistic rubric and how to go about designing one.
Referring to these peer reviewed resources can help you to create a good quality learning experience for your students, as well as save you time.
Check out all of the Good practice guides and tip sheets as there is most likely one to help you with assessment, topic development, online or face to face teaching, or whatever you might need help with.
If one of your areas of interest is not there, suggest it to the CILT team!