Webinars & Recordings
To inform you of the possibilities of online teaching and assessments, ECOLe organises webinars.
Online Education Lunchbytes
Would you like to hear how other teachers fare in this age of online education? In these online Lunchbytes, teachers share their (previous) experiences with online education.
Online Assessment Webinars
In these webinars we inform you about how to convert your usual method of examination to the new online format.
- Lunchbyte Remote teaching - 1 April 2020
Angus Mol and Maurits Berger share their previous experiences with online teaching.
- Lunchbyte Remote teaching - 3 April 2020
Madi Ditmars, Angus Mol and Maurits Berger share their previous experiences with online teaching.
- Lunchbyte Flipping the Classroom
How do you transform your education for an online environment? Frans Willem Korsten talks about what it entails to flip your class.
- Info session: How to convert existing test formats
What new format should you pick for your tests? In this webinar we'll discuss various options to convert your excisting format.
- Using Remindo for Summative Assessment
Learn how ECOLe supports you if you want to make your exams available via Remindo and what your tasks as a teacher are in this process.
- Blackboard & Turnitin for Digital Assessment, a practical approach
Note: Blackboard will no longer be used in the upcoming semester
How do you set up your take-home exam on Blackboard? Maarten Hijzelendoorn shows you all the building blocks for the perfect set-up of your exam.
- Formative assessment in Remindo
Learn how to use Remindo to host weekly tests to keep your students engaged with the material.
Old Lunchbytes that are relevant in the current situation:
Digital assesment using audio
Zhaole Yang, Yinzhi Zhang and Enrico Odelli discuss their experiences with digital assessments in combination with audio material.
Take-home exams in groups
This outtake of the Lunchbyte by Frans Willem Korsten on flipping the classroom discusses his set-up for a collaborative take-home exam.
Although these Lunchbytes were held last year with a focus on face-to-face education they provide valuable information on making your classes interactive which is still possible in the current situation.
Interactive lectures thanks to IT
How do you create meaningful interaction with your students? Jeroen Touwen and Bram Hoonhout show how their students come to class well prepared and discuss mock exam questions with each other.
Active Learning Classrooms
Katinka Zeven and Lettie Dorst talk about how they let their students collaborate on assignments, using the facilities of the Active Learning Classroom. Kaltura Breakout Rooms offers similar options.
More and more teachers are using videos in their teaching. How do you ensure that your students actually watch and learn from these videos? A Lunchbyte by Éloïse Ruby and Abhishek Avtans.