Student Support Resources

Students learning online is significantly different from their learning in a physical classroom. Students learning in a face-to-face environment is often regulated and managed by the teaching staff. Yet, as the students move into an online learning environment, they are expected to regulate and manage their own learning: (1) setting their own learning goals with respect to learning tasks and activities; (2) reflecting on what they have learnt and (3) working  collaboratively with their peers.

3. Collaborative learning

Active interaction and peer collaboration enable students obtain feedabck and reflect, so as to deeper learning and understanding.  

3. Collaborative learning

Active interaction and peer collaboration enable students obtain feedabck and reflect, so as to deeper learning and understanding.  

3. Collaborative learning

Active interaction and peer collaboration enable students obtain feedabck and reflect, so as to deeper learning and understanding.  

1 Goal setting for learning

Setting clear learning goals is the good start for online learning. 

2 Reflection of and for learning

Self-reflection in e-journal/log helps students identify their newfound knowledge and keep track of learning progress. 

3 Collaborative learning

Active interaction and peer collaboration allow students to discuss concepts or find solutions to problems which facilitate deeper learning and understanding.  

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