Using Xerte to enhance asynchronous learning

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.

Abstract:

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)

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