We’ve created a series of videos that set out some key considerations for teaching through a hybrid model. The Principles of Course Design for Hybrid Learning Toolkit, available on Unity forms a benchmark to develop and maintain an academic offer that is rigorous and high quality for our students.

This is the third video in the series, which covers student engagement and collaboration.

View video: https://teesside.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=d18c00f2-966b-4035-9517-ac3a00b44943

You can read more about how to build an active collaborative digital space for deeper meaningful learning here: https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/lteonline/2020/07/14/how-to-build-an-active-collaborative-digital-space/ and there are some excellent tips on adopting an active learning methodology to motivate and keep learners engaged on the Principles of Course Design for Hybrid Learning Toolkit – Part 4: https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/lteonline/2020/07/06/principles-of-course-design-4-designing-collaboration-and-construction/

Microsoft also has a range of courses based around Engaging 21st Century Learners, covering good principles on collaborative and active learning design principles – https://education.microsoft.com/en-us/courses


If you need any help or guidance, please contact elearning@tees.ac.uk.

Video – Student engagement and collaboration

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