#2 Learning Remotely, Together
Webinar #2: Learning Remotely, Together: Mode, structure, community
Webinar 2 Facilitator: Magriet (Kiki) de Villers
Short Bio: Ms Magriet de Villiers is the Learning Technologies Advisor of the Centre for Learning Technologies (CLT) at Stellenbosch University (SU), South Africa. She studied and taught in the field of Theology at SU. She took up position as the Faculty of Theology’s Blended Learning Coordinator (2015), and later that of the Academic Development Coordinator (2018). She is currently the Learning Technologies Advisor at CLT and provides support for the institutional use of ICT in Learning and Teaching. She is pursuing her doctoral studies in Theology, focusing on the concepts of thinking and judgement in the work of German political thinker Hannah Arendt. Her teaching and research interests centre on pedagogy of discomfort, academic development strategies, instructional- and learning design, blended- and hybrid learning, and academic integrity.
Knowledge built around Learning Remotely Together
Here you will find a shortened video and audio recordings of the webinar as well as other links to resources and readings
Charles Hodges et al (2020). The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning.
Paul Zeleza & Paul Okanda (2021). Promoting digital transformation with a 12-point agenda.
Kecia Ray (2020). Remote Learning Playbook: Free Special Report From Tech & Learning.
Curriculum and lesson design:
eLearning Learning: Flipped classroom
Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching: Just in Time Teaching
Martin Compton (2021). The Curious Case of Long Videos. (Data light)
Beth McCurtie (2021). Students Say Their Workload Increased During the Pandemic. Has It? (Pacing and flexibility)
Reflection and activities (Homework/ self-study)
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On your portfolio:
3.1 Choose a module/lesson/curriculum and complete a RTLA Getting Started Checklist (click here to download in your preferred format) to see which aspects you have in place and what you need to include or focus on.
3.2 Based on your completed checklist, identify one of the aspects that you need to include or focus on to improve your RTLA approach, and write a 55 word reflection on how you will address this in your context. Paste your reflection on Signal and comment on at least one other participant's reflection.
3.3 In the last section of our webinar we discussed "What would you like to know more about regarding RTLA?". Do some light research on your topic, choose one supporting journal article/website, and provide a short written reflection on how this can inform your RTLA approach.