UNSW Global is pleased to present three innovative approaches to managing student engagement and progress in the online environment. Q&A will follow after each presentation.
Date: Wednesday, 29 July, 12:00-1:30pm
Dr Jamie Bailey, Education Manager, Business
The benefits of audio feedback in the online environment
Feedback is one of the most important aspects of learning, and audio feedback in particular is a popular and effective learning and development tool for students. Audio feedback provides a more in-depth solution, particularly in the online environment.
Dr Avi Shalav, Lead Education Professional (Physics)
Enhancing online physics teaching via interactive dialog based videos and real-time demonstrations
Recent examples will be shared on promoting active online engagement from live (and large ~100+) Foundation Studies physical science cohorts via poll participation using topic specifics:
· dialogue based videos
· live online physics demonstrations
Sarah Rogers, Senior Educational Professional, Design
Design Studio in the online environment: Enhancing student engagement and progress
The Design Studio subject typically involves a high degree of practical model making and formative feedback in order to resolve design problems. Recent three-dimensional student projects will be showcased to demonstrate how students were supported in the online environment through the use of videos and shared documents to reach their final design outcome.