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Ideas for interactive learning in synchronous teaching

Some possible recipes for dialogue and feedback as part of an online webinar These ideas use simple tools like the built-in voting, breakout groups and discussion boards. You can do much more with additional tools like Mentimeter and Padlet (see the separate materials on tools and designing learning sequences). These are just suggestions, and you […]

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Live webinars tips

Live webinars provide teacher presence and an opportunity for you to interact with learners. You can run webinars using Blackboard Collaborate or Microsoft Teams or Zoom Webinars can combine input, activity and feedback. Collaborate has a whiteboard and discussion space. This is harder for large groups for activity and feedback and more useful for small group

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Collate resources and weave a narrative

Collate resources and weave a narrative using Sway, part of the Microsoft Office 365 suite of tools. Sway can be likened to an interactive workbook/interactive pre-reading. Interactivity can be built in using embeddable resources such as Padlet, or Microsoft Forms, another Office 365 tool. Responses from Microsoft Forms are collated in a spreadsheet which you can then

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Invite student feedback, thoughts and opinions

Invite students to input their thoughts/opinions/feedback onto a shared space.  Padlet is a web-based, collaborative tool that allows your students to share a wide range of content that all other students can view. This can be done live during an online session or asynchronously. (Asynchronous activity is especially useful if students are in different time zones or

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