Ask Me Anything sessions
CeTTL’s Ask Me Anything sessions continue to run daily. The main focus is on continuity of teaching, use of all our learning technologies (Moodle, Zoom, Panopto, etc), and paper design (assessment practice, layout, engagement, etc). But, you can ask the team anything. Drop-in either 9-10am or 3-4pm, Monday to Friday here.
Alternatives to Exams
If you are thinking about replacing an exam with an alternative assessment we have some options for you.
We run a workshop every Wednesday from 2.10 - 3 pm. These will continue on Zoom during September in Zoom room tahi.
*September 15: Integrating Kaupapa Māori - where do I start?*
September 22: Evaluating Your Teaching
September 29: ✅ Marking and Grading
Zoom breakout room practice
Zoom breakout rooms allow you to divide students into pairs and small groups for more interactive online tutorials - but you can't practise using these rooms by yourself! We have organised a number of 20-minute slots where you can experiment with Zoom breakout rooms - we'll bring the participants, and walk you through key features: book a slot in September.
Seven things to consider when moving your class online quickly.
Suggested ways to accomplish key tasks and address common challenges.
How-to guides for teaching technology tools that can help during a prolonged disruption.
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