This session took place as part of the Learning and teaching @York in the Coronavirus Pandemic: Continuing the conversation (Autumn term 2020). The presenters were Phil Martin.
Phil Martin and Dawn Genner Lowson from the International Pathway College outline how they are continuing to use Xerte to create interactive materials with built-in feedback to support asynchronous learning. Students are provided with preparatory information and tasks within Xerte objects and they are expected to engage with these prior to live sessions. This support a ‘flipped classroom’ model, allowing more time to be devoted to discussion and a focus on higher-order thinking skills.
You can access the recording of this session at this link here:
Using Xerte to enhance asynchronous learning (UoY Panopto log-in required)