Teaching Remotely (Online)

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The following resources offer teaching strategies for remote teaching. If you are interested in incorporating face-to-face teaching or active learning activities into your remote course (i.e., a blended, hybrid, or hyflex course design), visit our Teaching Face-to-Face and Remotely (Online) page for ideas. 

General Effective Practices for Teaching Remotely 

 

Building Community and Connection and Supporting Students’ Well-Being;

 

Using Active and Collaborative Learning to Support Student Learning and Engagement Synchronous Active Learning 

 

Asynchronous Active Learning 

 

Classroom Management, Course Communication, and Logistics 

 

Lecturing, Sharing Content, and Creating Videos 

 

Selecting Teaching Tools and Technologies 

Contact Us

 

E-mail the Office of Teaching and Learning (otl@uoguelph.ca) with any questions related to your teaching and learning needs.