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Teaching at a Distance: Help Sheet Series

Student studying from home on an online class.

IET's Teaching at a Distance helpsheets are designed for people who are trying out distance and online education for the first time, and for teachers who have already taught at a distance and want to try something new.

Each Teaching at a Distance help sheet outlines a different approach to learning at a distance and provides guidance on how to put this into practice. Each help sheet is based on approaches detailed in our Innovating Pedagogy reports series, with all approaches considering how learning, teaching and assessment can be advanced while taking into account that students may have limited access to technology and the Internet.

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Teaching at a Distance: Flipped learning

Blending teacher-led sessions with independent learning.

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Teaching at a Distance: Teachback

Learning by explaining what we have been taught.

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Teaching at a Distance: Seamless-learning

Connecting learning across settings, technologies, and activities.

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Teaching at a Distance: Learning to learn

Learning how to become an effective distance learner.

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Teaching at a Distance: Evaluating information

Deciding which sources to trust.

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Teaching at a Distance: Making thinking visible

Opening windows into student learning and understanding.

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Teaching at a Distance Personal inquiry learning

Learning through collaborative inquiry and active investigation.

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Teaching at a Distance: Science in remote labs

Guided experiments on authentic scientific equipment.

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Teaching at a Distance: MOOCs to support language learning

Online resources for hearing, reading and comprehending language.

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Teaching at a Distance: Maker culture

Learning by making.

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