It’s Not About Online Learning: A Reflection on the “New Normal” in Education (Part 2)

*This is the second part of a reflective article on the new normal in education. Read Part 1. 5. Sound pedagogy drives the use of online tools and resources. OECD’s study on the use of technology tools in learning can be a starting point in the discussion on the effective use of online tools in [...]

Lost and Overwhelmed Online Students? Design for Learner Agency and Way-Finding in Online Distance Learning

Online distance learning ideally combines synchronous and asynchronous learning activities. As they practice self-paced or guided learning in these activities, students need to find their own way as they navigate, engage with others, and personally aim to sustain their learning in the online courses. To help them achieve these things, teachers must design online distance [...]