Here you will find information about how you can adapt your course to for online teaching. In this short guide we try to go through the most important questions that should be considered when transitioning to online teaching. Also, here you will find instructions that will help you to use the most essential online teaching tools.
But before we turn to tools, let’s do some essential planning.
Basic Student Needs
First, your students will need to access readings and course materials. Second, they will have to submit assignments and receive feedback on their work. They also will need a way to send you questions, and they will need to know when and how you will respond to them.
Basic Instructor Needs
You need to deliver your content, for the lack of a better term, to your students, and to communicate with them. There are many types of necessary communication in this situation. Students need to know what to do, how you want them to do it, how to submit it to you and how to get your feedback on their work.
Student Work Load
While planning the course don‘t forget that when transitioning to online teaching and learning, workload increases for both instructors and students. Therefore, it is important to keep that in mind in mind when planning duration of classes and amount of individual work for students. We recommend to coordinate the workload with other instructors of your students to ensure the balance.
We would like to thank you for taking care of the continuity and quality of learning and teaching processes during this extraordinary situation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the contacts listed in this section.