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Stanford Guide für E-Learning mit Use-Cases

Stanford Guide für E-Learning mit Use-Cases

von Tobias Brücker -
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Heute habe ich einen interessanten Artikel zur raschen Einarbeitung in E-Learning-Methoden gelesen, in dem unter anderem der Link zum Stanford-Guide (ein Google Doc) zu finden ist.

Stanford Guide: "A detailed Google doc, written by Jenae Cohn and Beth Seltzer — both academic-tech specialists at Stanford University — is geared for Stanford, but there’s a lot there that anyone can use. Their guide is particularly noteworthy for how it breaks down the synchronous-asynchronous distinction, explaining advantages and disadvantages of each and offering guidance about how to use Zoom for virtual meetings."

Interessant ist vor allem, dass einige Use-Cases ausgeführt wurden:
  • Student Presentations
  • Pedagogical Recommendations:
  • Student-Facing Language to Help Students Understand Options for Final Presentations (hat tip to Sarah Pittock and Jennifer Johnson)
  • Using Canvas for Announcements, Sharing Material, Collecting Assignments, and Grading
  • Written Discussions
  • Chat
  • Individual Students Using Zoom to Attend In-Person Classes (Small, Discussion-Based)
  • Live-Streaming In-Person Lectures
  • Scheduling Tools for Student Tutorials/Conferences
  • Peer Review
  • Meetings with Teaching Teams
  • Resources for Lab and Exams
  • Outside Tools?
Als Antwort auf Tobias Brücker

Re: Stanford Guide für E-Learning mit Use-Cases

von Franziska Nyffenegger -
Danke! Super Unterlagen! - "And so, while we all want to be as helpful as possible, online-teaching advocates are unanimous in cautioning that these options for salvaging the semester are not to be confused with the kind of intentional design that’s needed to create high-quality online offerings over the long run."