During this unprecedented time, we have prepared resources and advice to help support you in your work as you adjust to teaching from home. Drawing on our 20 years of experience running blended-learning programmes, we have tried to provide you with considered and practical materials to support you.
A message from Mary Kelly, Head of School of Education
We routinely add some useful tools and explore how they can be used to enhance teaching and learning.
Check out Nearpod, an interactive slideshow tool and Formative, a free web-based assessment tool.
Getting up to speed with online teaching
Here are some resources you may find useful.
Academic models have been developed to help clarify the appropriate use of technology in teaching and learning. Here we will cover some of those models.
Find out how to prepare for and deliver engaging and collaborative lessons while teaching from home.
As a country, we are all in a situation where we suddenly have to learn digital skills quickly. This is especially true for teachers.
Tools for teaching online
There are so many tools out there, and it can be hard to know where to start. Here, we will show you some of the most useful tools and explore how they can be used to enhance teaching and learning.
Check out over 20 tools.
An interactive slideshow tool in which you can present content, involve students, promote collaboration and access reports on student work (Version is mid-2019)
A free, web-based assessment tool for creating assignments and administering them to students, receiving results and providing individualised feedback in real-time (Version is mid-2019)
LET’S HEAR FROM THE EXPERTS
Check in here each week to learn from experts in the area of online teaching, who will give you useful tips and advice.