Teaching chemistry to pathway students online has been a challenging but extremely rewarding experience for Ako Ayuk Manase (LBIC).
Staying connected and providing support to adapt to digitally assisted teaching ensured that lecturers at Curtin College were able to support their students to the fullest.
The 2019 Navitas Teacher Technology Survey report provides a global view of teacher behaviours and attitudes towards using technology in learning and teaching contexts.
As COVID-19 cases surged in 2020 and the possibility of a ‘lockdown’ loomed, the Commerce teaching team at Curtin College were determined to provide the best digitally assisted learning experience.
Teaching Engineering units online comes with an additional hurdle: practical sessions. Saad Odeh and Karen McRae share early findings from transferring Engineering practicals online at SIBT.
When changing student management systems there is always a significant amount of adjustment required, particularly when coupled with a rapid transition to online teaching.
Despite the unprecedented challenges experienced over the past few months due to COVID-19, Navitas teachers continue to work hard and innovate to enhance online teaching and learning.
Self-care can be transformational in the sense that it helps us make healthy changes in the way we think and behave, supports us to regulate our emotions, and reminds us to be kind and gentle to ourselves.