category edci335

Learning with Interactive Video

For online teaching, it is critical to ensure all students can access the video. However, YouTube is blocked in some regions. Therefore, we will make sure to repost the video on the course site that all learners have access to…. Continue Reading →

Alternative Learning Activities

  Our group have designed a series of interactive learning activities like readings, quizzes, and  assignments. This blog will identify the potential barriers and introduce alternative plans for inclusive learning. Starting from reading activities. As course readings are the essential… Continue Reading →

Inquiry-based learning 

Inquiry-based learning is a student-centred and semi-autonomy learning method. To get started, either instructor or student can introduce a question, and the following studies are primarily developed by the students. Students research, present and integrate their ideas. There are four… Continue Reading →

[Week 2 Blog] Three teaching methods: behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism.

Prompt: Describe an example from your life of when you were taught using each method described in this article: behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism. Last summer, I joined a business case competition. In the instruction session, I was introduced to a… Continue Reading →

Self Introduction

Hi there, this is Zian Dou, second year BCom student. Looking forward to working with you!

Test Learning Design Post

This post  will appear in a few places: in the blog feed on the front of your website in the Learning Design menu on your website. This is because we have applied the “edci335” category to this post and the… Continue Reading →

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