Student-Centered Remote Teaching:

Lessons Learned from Online Education
Shannon Riggs, April 15, 2020 .
From the website Educause Review: Transforming Higher Ed

In the article an overview is given of the advices of experienced on-line teachers to the teachers in regular education how to use the possibilities of ICT in education.  

Their advices focus on three areas:
Student-content interaction, where instructors provide active learning experiences for students (meaningful learning activity plus reflection)
Student-student interaction, where instructors structure the learning community and make it clear to students how they should interact with others in the class
Student-instructor interaction, where instructors create a framework for how they will interact with students during the learning experience.’

Click here to read the advices of experienced on-line teachers.

Another overview of possible learning activities in blended learning can be found in the Blended Learning website: https://bl.curriculumdesignhe.eu/ict-in-he/

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