In the upcoming months, educators across the world will be making rapid adjustments to their teaching as they attempt to take classes online. As we make this adjustment, it’s important that we continue to think about how we can make learning environments inclusive and consider the lessons we’ve learned this term.
We also invite colleagues to join us for a round-table discussion, focused on the resources above, that will be taking place on Tuesday 21st July, 13:00-14:30. To join the conversation, colleagues must first join the Annual Conference Teams site, which you can do by signing up here: https://tinyurl.com/FYNAC2020
Once you are a member of the Teams site, you can join the conversation taking place in the Staff and Student Experience channel.
Lewis Baker and Carol Spencey, University of Surrey, Blending Microsoft Teams with existing teaching environments to widen access and improve inclusivity and engagement
Catherine Collett, University of Nottingham, Impact of Assessment Conditions on Student Performance in Foundation Year Engineering examinations (opens up pdf in new window)
Sally Homden, University of East Anglia, Embracing technology in the transition to online teaching in the Foundation Year in Medicine (opens up pdf in new window)
Towella Ngambi, Joanne Brown, Fosca Grossi, Shamsun Choudhury, Peter Baylis, and Stefan Overton, Arden University, Retention, Success and Progression amongst Foundation Year Students: the effects of the transition to online learning as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic– A Case Study (Opens PDF in New Window)
Amy Patten, Aston University,
TEAMMATES: Improving the student and staff group assessment experience