Category: Teaching Strategies

Behavioural Learning Analytics for Self-Regulated Learning by Prof. Peter Reimann

Prof. Peter Reimann shares his thoughts on the growing trend of behavioural learning analytics in predicting future success and facilitating improvements.

Top 3 Takeaways from Prof. Mahnaz Moallem’s “Rethinking Assessment” Presentation

Prof. Mahnaz Moallem shares her thoughts on the theme “Rethinking Assessment” and how we can change our thinking towards a holistic, student-centered approach. Here are the top three takeaways from her keynote presentation.

Redesigning Malaysian Higher Education: Prof. Dato’ Dr. Asma Ismail’s Beyond Content and Quizzes Keynote

In Malaysia, education is being redesigned to adapt to the advancement of the fourth industrial revolution. Here are three highlights from Prof. Dato’ Dr. Asma Ismail’s keynote presentation.

Top 3 Key Highlights From Prof. Gráinne Conole’s Community, Contribution and Connectedness Keynote

Wicked problems of education, theories supporting social learning and ways of augmenting face-to-face education. Here are our top three highlights from Prof Gráinne Conole’s keynote presentation at OLConf2017.

How to Promote Divergent Thinking in Your Students

What would happen if, one day, NASA discovers that the moon actually is made out of cheese? Would it fall out of the sky? Would it spontaneously (and deliciously) explode? Is this even worth thinking about? This kind of question is not only worth asking, but is also a great way to develop creative and higher-order thinking skills in your students.

How to Create a Constructivist Learning Environment Through Hosting a Dinner Party

Deeper learning or construction happens when the student is actively involved in their learning process. Learn our tips for creating a Constructivist learning environment online!

Strategies for Designing Authentic Assessment

Many educators feel a bit of tension about education research. It’s often not because research reveals something with which educators disagree. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.

How to Use Real-World Scenarios in Activity Design

Admit it; we all spend too much time thinking about the perfect activity for our learners. Why not include real-world scenarios in the activities that we design?

How to Facilitate and Nurture Diversity in Your Learning Community

To help you begin nurturing more diverse learning communities, we’ve prepared 5 winning strategies and techniques you can apply to face-to-face, blended and/or purely online learning facilitation.