Preparing to teach in physically distanced classrooms: advice, guidance and practical strategies
It’s been a busy summer and here we are already at the start of a new academic year facing what will certainly be a challenging Autumn semester. As we gear up for new and continuing students to return to campus under the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, we all need to be confident about delivering high quality learning and teaching. This is not just a matter of planning online elements of delivery in modules, and it definitely is not simply a question of moving ‘large lectures’ to narrated powerpoints or pre-recorded lectures. In this blog post we signpost some resources that can help you plan for delivery of learning and teaching in physically distanced classrooms.