Teaching Matters – April roundup

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The Teaching Matters blog team shares an insight into its explorations of the latest learning and teaching themes.

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This month there were five clear messages from the Online/Hybrid Teaching Enhancement series, with Collegiate Commentary from Danielle Hinton, Educational Developer, Higher Education Futures institute (HEFi) at the University of Birmingham.

In our recent series, Online/Hybrid Enhancements in Teaching Practice, Teaching Matters aimed to highlight teaching practices that have been enhanced with the unplanned move, or pivot, to online/hybrid delivery that began two years ago. As we enter into our third year of managing day-to-day with the impacts of Covid, online and hybrid teaching practices have become the mainstay of many university courses. As time has passed, examples of work are starting to be officially documented as positive practice for sharing across the University, for example by School Annual Quality Reports, or are being celebrated more informally through sharing stories of what works between colleagues. This newsletter sums-up five clear messages that we took from the eight blog posts in the Online/Hybrid Teaching Enhancement series.

Explore the Online/Hybrid Enhancements in Teaching Practice theme on Teaching Matters.

Read the newsletter in full.

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