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The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning

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Posted by Ivana Aleksić

An article written by C. Hodges, S. Moore, B. Lockee, T. Trust and Aaron Bond provides an indepth analysis of the difference between well-planned online learning and emergency remote teaching, which instructors, tutors, teachers and professors worldwide are forced to offer their students in the Covid situation. 

Providing a clear distinction between the highly variable design solutions in the field of this type of learning/teaching -  distance learning, distributed learning, blended learning, online learning, mobile learning, and others the authors successfully compare well-planned effective online learning and emergency remote teaching, which is defined as  ''a temporary shift of instructional delivery to an alternate delivery mode due to crisis circumstances''.

Resource Author(s): 
Charles Hodges, Stephanie Moore, Barb Lockee, Torrey Trust and Aaron Bond
Publication Date:
Friday, 27 March, 2020
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