Part of the series: 'A menu of practical lesson activities in e-learning mode'
You have had to switch to e-learning fast, because of the pandemic.
In your current e-learning mode, you likely have some synchronous and some asynchronous lessons.
You would welcome some practical ideas for activities in e-learning mode.
These 3 webinars present a 'menu' of practical ideas on:
1. lesson starters
2. main activities
3. lesson closures
By the end you should be equipped with an international toolkit of (evidence-based) effective activities that you can implement within your course(s) in e-learning mode.
In this Webinar 1, about lesson starters, these international guest speakers will discuss some practical options to use at the start of lessons in e-learning mode:
Virna Rossi - Educational Developer - Ravensbourne University London (UK)
Flavia Belham - PhD in Neuroscience, Chief Scientist at Seneca Learning - (Brazil/UK)
Punya Arora - Senior Educator and Academic Developer - New Delhi (India)
Maha Bali - Associate Professor of Practice - American University in Cairo (Egypt)
Tim Fawns - Dr, Deputy Director, MSc in Clinical Education - Edinburgh University (UK)