The COVID-19 pandemic forces millions of teachers worldwide to engage in online teaching. Teachers are exploring and experimenting with various digital forms to deliver learning content, keep communicating with students and colleagues, and assess learning outcomes. A digital knowledge-building community gradually emerges and becomes more vivid. This note reports results from a study among honors teachers and administrators from 18 schools of a large Dutch university who all shared their problems and recommendations after the first five weeks of remote teaching, Spring 2020.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Journal of the European Honors Council|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Sep 2020|
- remote teaching
- knowlegde building community
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Remote teaching transition during COVID-19 – the first five weeks and the start of a digital knowledge-building community
Marca Wolfensberger & Ning Ding
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