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Best Practices for Teaching Online

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Key Points of Discussion:

  • What do you mean by online teaching? How is it different from face to face teaching or experiential learning?
  • For online teaching, how do you develop learning materials or content for teaching?
  • For online teaching, how do you deliver the learning materials and the course discussion? Tools and techniques for the same.
  • How do you engage your learner online or digitally?
  • How do you evaluate or examine or assess online the outcome of the online teaching conducted?

Summary of discussion

  • Blended learning is going to exist in the post-pandemic period. The concept of teacher and student tradition will phase out and a new concept of a mentor will now play a crucial part and the notion of a student will be replaced by the learner.
  • The world education system is now converted from classroom learning to the digital learning system.
  • Planning is important for the digital methodology of teaching.

Summary of discussion

  • Blended learning is going to exist in the post-pandemic period. The concept of teacher and student tradition will phase out and a new concept of a mentor will now play a crucial part and the notion of a student will be replaced by the learner.
  • The world education system is now converted from classroom learning to the digital learning system.
  • Planning is important for the digital methodology of teaching.
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