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Adapting your course: a six-part guide
Learn more about preparing a clear syllabus and developing a straightforward learning path in D2L Brightspace, both of which are crucial in remote teaching. Together, they lay out how students are expected to connect with you, the course material, and each other.
Remote teaching brings new questions - and opportunities - regarding how and when to deliver content. This section provides strategies for creating engaging content and addresses student access and accessibility in relation to content delivery decisions.
In a remote course, opportunities for students to engage with course content needs to be more intentional and planned. Explore ways to motivate and promote learning with opportunities for students to test their knowledge and apply new skills.
Encouraging students to engage with each other as they learn is key to creating a successful remote learning community. Explore activities and strategies that will help your students feel connected.
Your presence in a remote teaching environment is a key component for your students’ success. This section discusses how to get to know your students, set the tone, and communicate expectations throughout the course.
In any course, assessment plays an important role. In remote teaching, assessments have a unique set of challenges. This section provides ways to adapt and reconsider assessments while maintaining academic integrity and inclusion.