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Work and Study Online with O365

It’s now the second week of teaching at Queen’s University. Most live-teaching is done remotely via MS Teams (other online meeting software are available). Many lecturers and students are engaging in new digital spaces for the first time. The biggest question for students using digital spaces for remote and/or online Read more…

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Teaching Toolkit – Blogs, Wikis and Group Work

Welcome to the final blog post in the series for the Teachers Toolkit for Engagement. Until now, we have covered eight other activities to engage students in active-learning. These will assist teachers with active-teaching. These include: Engagement Summarizing Content recall Using index cards Problem-based learning Role play Student presentations Think-pair-share Read more…

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Teaching Toolkit – Role Play

Today, we look at Role Play as part of the Teachers’ Toolkit for Engagement. By now, you should have a number of tools within your toolkit. To encourage active learning, why not try a few of the following suggestions from previous blog posts? Engagement Summarizing Content recall Using index cards Read more…

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Teaching Toolkit – Using Index Cards

If you have been following our blog posts last week, you potentially have added three tools to your Teachers Toolkit for Engagement. These include: passive lectures and engagement summarizing content recall activities Today, we look at activities where index cards can be used during teaching, both in-class and online. Use Read more…