Monday, 6 July 2020

Making Sense of Online Teaching: Engaging Students Online and Offline

One Week Faculty Development Programme: 6 to 11 July 2020

Organised by Sathyabhama Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India and SKITI Malang, Indonesia


In one week Faculty Development Programme, delivered talk on 'Making Sense of Online Teaching - Engaging Students Online and Offline'. The FDP is jointly organised by Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, Tamil-Nadu and and Sekolah Tinggi Informatika dan Komputer Indonesia (SKITI) - Indonesian College of Informatics and Computers. 6th July 2020.


The Presentation




5 comments:

  1. The session was very Informative to understand the online teaching. It could have been better if you had practically explained the flipped learning from your teaching experience. For this, the trainer could show the video taken in their class. By doing so, the FDP participants could know about the ways of handling flipped and blended learning. I expect tomorrow that the trainer could demosrste such teaching skills, instead of telling us what to follow in a lecture method or ppt. Sincerely John Kaviarasu (FDP 122) from Loyola College, Chennai

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    1. John Kaviarasu,
      Thank you for the comment. It would be good if the organisers inform the resource persons to deal with practical aspects rather than theoretical one.
      The eFDP we organised for teachers of our University was all practical work - no theoretical talks. You can see video recordings and moduled here - https://sites.google.com/view/webinar-eng-mkbu/home
      Regards.

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  2. The session was interesting, informative

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  3. The session was very Informative to understand the online teaching. It could have been better if you had practically explained the flipped learning from your teaching experience. For this, the trainer could show the video taken in their class. By doing so, the FDP participants could know about the ways of handling flipped and blended learning. I expect tomorrow that the trainer could demosrste such teaching skills, instead of telling us what to follow in a lecture method or ppt. Sincerely John Kaviarasu (FDP 122) from Loyola College, Chennai

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