Following on from our very special week long #LTHEchat 170 https://lthechat.com/2020/03/11/covid19-special-edition/
we are keen to continue the support, especially with many of us now working at home alone new issue are likely to arise.
‘Social distancing’ doesn’t mean ‘social isolation!’
So lets help reduce anxiety by talking #PhysicalDistancing rather than social!
So use #LTHEchat during the week to grab a #virtualcoffee (or tea!)
and as a community lets continue to support each other as we all work to continue to support our students
In addition to the weekly Wednesday evening 8-9pm (GMT) chats please remember that during the week you can continue to add to previous conversations, adding to or answering any of the questions posed.
During the special week long chat #LTHEchat invited you to share your resources and contingency plans. Thank you to everyone for posting here, this link: https://tinyurl.com/w9txrq3 will now close and we have copied and pasted the information into SEDA’s list:
SEDA’s Coronavirus Resources and Links can be found here
The links to other resources created and collated during our special week long chat are here:
Professor Sally Brown: Assessment. https://tinyurl.com/tjhjrwf
Dr Vicki Dale: Online Pedagogies. https://tinyurl.com/r92q8d9
Professor Martin Weller: Effect on Students. https://tinyurl.com/u8pqqud
Professor Patrice Torcivia Prusko. Sharing Resources: Amalgamated into SEDA’s document.
Dr Laura Gibbs. https://tinyurl.com/twdatmn. And for Laura’s Blog please follow here: https://oudigitools.blogspot.com/2020/03/taking-your-students-on-tour-of-your.html
So please feel free to post a question or invite a colleague for a #virtualcoffee!
Kindest regards and warmest wishes
Dawne and Nathalie
and thank you to @simonrae for the adorable images!
#virtualcoffee and #LTHEchat
Also thank you to all of our special guest hosts!
Professor Sally Brown, Dr Vicki Dale, Professor Martin Weller, Dr Laura Gibbs, Simon Thomson, and also special thanks to Sue Beckingham, Chris Jobling, Kay Hack and Chrissi Nerantzi.
and to Professor Peter Hartley and our colleagues at SEDA