Online Teaching Survey 2020-21: Reflections from NTU Psychology
This is a report of student and staff experiences of teaching and learning at NTU Psychology during the 2020-2021 academic year, when we were in the midst of the global Covid-19 pandemic and the UK government imposed strict social distancing measures. In light of this, a period of emergency response teaching was required by institutions across the UK, and staff and students needed to adopt technology-mediated approaches to teaching for the duration of the academic year, in which there was very little in-person delivery possible. This report summarises the perspectives of 54 staff and 584 students involved in undergraduate and postgraduate courses during this time. These perspectives relate to the challenges of teaching and learning online, thoughts on different methods of online teaching, and accessing support. We also make recommendations relevant to the delivery of online modules/courses.
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