Online Teaching and Learning Platforms and Tools

Teaching staff should prepare for online teaching and learning. Undertaking online teaching and learning activities requires preparation. The steps below guide teaching staff to adopt FREE and accessible online tools to enable content delivery, engagement and assessment. Below is a basic guide for preparing a shift from face-to-face teaching to online teaching (we have drawn reference to the resource page developed by Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching of the University of Cape Town).

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Understand the shift from face-to-face to online teaching and learning
Organizing the Calendar
 Create a plan for
online teaching and learning
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Present content
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Engage students in learning activities
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Administer assessment
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Organise and

How to engage students in an asynchronous lesson

Below is a list of how-to videos of the platforms and tools introduced in the video above:

Understand the shift from face-to-face to online teaching and learning

There are four kinds of activities you will need to undertake for the shift from face-to-face to online teaching and learning. The table below outlines the changes you will need to consider to engage in online teaching and learning.
Due to unstable access to Wi-Fi and electricity in many developing countries, asynchronous online teaching and learning may enable better access to the online lessons.

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