The Business School’s Innovative Learning and Teaching (ILT) hosted its annual Teaching Forum last 23 April 2020.
The virtual forum, conducted through Zoom meetings was attended by 121 staff across the University of Auckland. Numerous speakers shared their ideas, solutions, and best practices on how to optimize the current remote learning experience for both students and teachers.
Big thanks to all our speakers for sharing their insights and to everyone who took the time to attend the sessions.
Below are the links to the video recording of each session.
|Overview of Learning & Teaching at the Business School||Dr Douglas Carrie|
|Wait, you want to Zoom how many people? Piazza Live Q&A for staff-student interactions in large classes||Dr Kaitlin Beare|
|Locked down but not out: opening up the library during the emergency||Melanie Johnson, Jacob Powell, Margaret Tibbles|
|Reimagining relationships in a virtual teaching space: guiding, connecting and empathizing||Michelle Kilkolly-Proffit & Margot Bowker|
|Zoom in on your online teaching techniques||Mary Farmer|
|Panel session: Assessment redesign and considerations in light of COVID-19 situation||Dr Douglas Carrie, Dr Nabeel Albashiry, Andrew Eberhard, Dr Steve Leichtweis, Dr Nigel Gearing, Wen-Chen Hol|
For more information please contact:
Innovative Learning and Teaching Coordinator