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Of the many shifts in instructional delivery, one of the most dramatic will be the methods by which educators...
We are in an unprecedented situation, and educators everywhere are encountering myriad and valid concerns in the...
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Well, here we are in this new world with teachers learning new methods and tools to achieve the same great outcomes they had in the classroom, and students learning new ways to learn. With so many difficult factors impacting education at this moment, the Turnitin team wants to offer our support. With that goal, we recently launched our Remote Learning Resources page, and through our blog, we’re focusing on problems instructors encounter as they make these necessary shifts. In our previous blog post Together While Apart: Classroom Communication, we focused on supporting asynchronous learning through effective communication strategies. In this post, the second of three in our Together While Apart series, we want to dive more deeply into instructional delivery challenges in a remote learning setting.
Pro Tip: For Feedback Studio users, consider setting up Revision Assignments where students can submit multiple drafts. This allows you to provide formative feedback and guidance as they are drafting. Additionally, you can create QuickMark comments with embedded links that take students directly to the appropriate resources; as an example, check out the Source Credibility QuickMark set. By creating a set of QuickMarks, you can use them repeatedly to support any student who needs the same resource.
In the end, these challenges represent a deep desire to provide the best possible education for your students, and these strategies are simply ways to anticipate and understand student needs and then leverage every resource possible to meet those needs. Some of the suggestions are easier to implement than others so be kind to yourself and remember that it is okay not to have all the answers. Even the most veteran educators will make some mistakes along the way, and just like you understand and appreciate the need for iterative growth for students, you will need to extend the same grace to yourself. To that end, the Turnitin team is committed to continuing to explore topics that support your efforts. In the upcoming third post of the Together While Apart series, we will turn our attention to supporting both formative and summative assessments in the remote learning context with some special attention for considerations in an asynchronous scenario.