Preparation for Emergency Remote Teaching

Authors

  • Nadeem Saqlain Wilfrid Laurier University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22555/joeed.v8i1.384

Keywords:

Remote teaching, COVID-19, online learning, teaching, course development

Abstract

Abstract

Due to COVID-19, almost all educational institutions were temporarily closed across the globe. As a result, many educators have focused on delivering courses through emergency remote teaching. Preparation for remote teaching was itself a great challenge. In this reflective paper, I have presented my own experience of preparation for emergency remote teaching for one of my courses in one of the Canadian universities. I have mentioned in the paper the factors that were helpful in the preparation for remote teaching such as my own background knowledge of online learning, training for remote teaching, designing and developing the course, using synchronous and asynchronous, engaging students, and presences. 

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Published

2021-06-09

How to Cite

Saqlain, N. (2021). Preparation for Emergency Remote Teaching. Journal of Education and Educational Development, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.22555/joeed.v8i1.384

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