Presenting engaging and creative online teaching & learning experiences

Dr Tim Kitchen's Journal - Creativity in Education

With online teaching and learning becoming the norm for so many teachers and students during the COVID-19 climate, it is important to be aware of what makes an engaging, creative and effective web-based teaching and learning experience.


Teaching online is different to teaching face to face. It involves a skill set that develops with experience. It is more like being a live TV or radio presenter and producer then it is being a schoolteacher or university lecturer. So don’t worry if you are struggling in this new form of pedagogy, most educators will be. Even those of us who were early adopters find it a challenge to produce the perfect online lesson. Most students, parents and colleagues will be patient and supportive to teachers who are having a go and doing their best with the technologies that are available to them.

This article provides some tips and tricks to help…

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