How to plan digitally supported learning

There are different ways to organize a digitally supported learning progress. Below you can find different resources to help you plan your lectures and education and inspire you to implement different digital elements. 

You will find a guide to digitalized education, a method to help you plan a whole semester or course, and guides for implementing concrete digital elements. Thus, you can easily get started with digitally supported learning. 

Should you need more inspiration for your teachings, you can browse through our themes: How to activate your students, Projects and group work, or Create synergy between curriculum and project work

For further guidance you can see ITS’ guides for educators and administrative personnel. You can also find inspiration in these videos, created by SUND in cooperation with CDUL.

Should you ever need to discuss different ways of digitalizing PBL, CDUL is always ready to spare and inspire you. 

 

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Find inspiration - themes

CDUL have created a guide describing how you as a teacher can organize, plan and execute digitally supported education with focus on blended learning and interactions and dialogue with the students.

Guide: Blended learning

Plan your curriculum with focus on the didactics

Below you will find video guides with tips on how to plan your curriculum, whether it is physical, digital or blended. It revolves around five principles: Planning, scaffolding, meaning, clarity and structuring interactions. These are crucial for the planning of the different lectures, courses, and the choice of digital tools and learning activities. 

Goals and tools for physical, digital, and blended education

How do you create a strong, active engagement from the students in both the reading material and the classroom? In this video you can see how the five principles, planning, scaffolding, meaning, clarity, and structuring of interactions can create engaged students. 

 

Planning of the course

How can you create a connection between the different sessions in a course? In this video you are introduced to some of the ground principles of planning a course, and you get tips and concrete examples on how to create a connection between physical, digital, and blended sessions.

 

 

Planning of the sessions

It can be hard to teach the students via smaller sessions. In this video you can find tips and concrete examples on how you can plan your education by utilizing different learning technologies and include activities for the students before and after the sessions.
 

 

Digital tools and learning activities

Are you lacking inspiration on how to activate your students? In this video you are introduced to digital tools like interactive boards (Padlet) and quizzes (Mentimeter). These tools can facilitate an asynchronous interaction in between the students, or between the students and the educator. Both in relation to their preparation before or directly during the lecture. Digital tools are highly usable to activate the students whether the lecture takes place physically or digitally. 

 

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