Google Form Quiz and Breakout Room Discussion

When a Zoom class starts, students may not be ready to talk actively about the topic and there may be silence. One strategy is to

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Mentimeter for Prior Knowledge Activation and Group Discussion

Mentimeter can be an interactive and versatile tool used for engaging students during online learning. Below are two examples of how it is used in

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Google Drive Service in Moodle – For collecting large (multimedia) files securely (Teacher)

Sharing large files between teachers and students is more and more common, especially during periods of campus closure. Multimedia files are one of the effective

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Top Tips for DSE

2020 is an unusual year for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (DSE) candidates. The coronavirus outbreak caused school closures, however, the key

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Assessing Online

Shifting well-established offline assessments to online assessments is not an easy task. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for online assessment since every task is context-dependent.

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Adapting Learning Design from Blended to Fully Online

Professor LAW, Nancy W.Y. shares with us how she converted a blended learning design course with intensive group work and interactions into a fully online

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Facilitating Online Collaboration (Part 2) – A Toolkit for Remote Collaboration in Research and Teaching

As an archaeologist of the Middle East, I interact in person with my research team only during fieldwork in the summers. For most of the

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Quick Fix of Privacy Issue on Zoom – Virtual Background

Zoom is an excellent tool that allows you to participate in a video meeting anywhere, a classroom, your living room or your dining room. The

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Facilitating Online Collaboration (Part 1) – Visualization Tools

As teachers, we know that collaborative, inquiry-based activities can promote students' engagement and enhance problem-solving skills. Shifting our practice from facilitating f2f classroom collaboration to online collaboration may require some

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Less is more – Tips for Making Teaching Videos

Professor Steve Walsh is one of the fastest creators of 'teaching videos' our team has ever seen, and yet his teaching videos are very high quality and engaging. So we ask

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