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Summary and reflection

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Summary and reflection

Week 2 of the course encouraged you to focus on writing good learning outcomes, exploring technologies which you could use in your teaching and learn about some of the blended learning practices at UNSW.
Many of you shared some good examples of what good teaching looks like in your context, your ideas about the qualities of a good teacher and your approaches to enacting these in the classroom.
In Week 3 of the course we look at the challenges and opportunities of teaching in different modes and consider assessment and feedback in different contexts.
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