Tag: Online teaching
Podcast: Learning is social
In this episode we talk to Sophie Gigl and Benjamin Stuhr, who are students at Bielefeld university, about how online teaching has made meaningful learning much harder for them and what this tells us about teaching and learning in general.
8. August 2021 | Tags: Podcasts, Teaching practices, Analysis, Online teaching, Distance teaching, Distance learning, Asynchronous teaching
Teaching into the void: Musings on online teaching during a pandemic [Update]
Working from home has its perks but teaching can become quite a frustrating, lonely experience when asynchronous teaching is involved. After two semesters of online teaching and going into the third, I want to describe in this article the hurdles I perceive, how I overcame some of them, and what I still find challenging about online teaching.
17. Mai 2021 | 1 Kommentar | Tags: Essays, Analysis, Online teaching, Corona crisis, Distance teaching, Distance learning
Podcast: The Empathetic Online Classroom
In this episode Tyll talks about a five-day block seminar that he taught in July 2020 entitled “Owning Your Position: Critical Argumentation Skills for Scholars of Culture” in which he and the students created a very supportive, empathetic classroom atmosphere.
11. Februar 2021 | 1 Kommentar | Tags: Podcasts, Teaching practices, Argumentation skills, Vulnerability, Student-teacher relationship, Social contract, Online teaching