Richard Ingold

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Moderated grading now live in Canvas

By Richard Ingold,

Explore the new moderated grading feature in Canvas.

Pedagogy put into practice: improve student outcomes with Canvas quizzes

By Richard Ingold,

Want to increase student engagement and grades? Apply theory to practice with this research case study from the University of Auckland.

Viva Voce! A guide to online oral exams at UTS

By Richard Ingold,

Oral assessment allows students to demonstrate their ability to reflect, analyse and communicate complex ideas – follow our guide for delivering oral exams online.

Increasing student engagement: Advice from Joseph Yeo

By Richard Ingold,

How can course content be framed and delivered to maximise student engagement and learning?

Zooming in – academics’ experiences of remote teaching via Zoom

By Richard Ingold,

We asked three academics to tell us about their experiences using Zoom to run online tutorials.

6 tips for controlling student behaviour in your Zoom class: New settings update

By Richard Ingold,

Read our top tips for managing a Zoom class and ensuring that participants behave in a respectful way.

Chinese learners’ experiences of Western online education

By Richard Ingold,

How do we ensure that students accessing online materials can still have a fulfilling learning experience?

Book review: Understanding how we learn

By Richard Ingold,

Learning and research. The raison d’être of universities. But what does research tell us about the process of learning? Cognitive scientists, Yana Weinstein and Megan Sumeracki, have made it their goal to not only research learning, but to answer and disseminate research findings to teachers, students and the general...

Ensuring assessment integrity: Advice from Joseph Yeo

By Richard Ingold,

What can be done to reduce academic dishonesty? How can assessments be structured to scaffold students’ learning and to maintain assessment integrity? Joseph Yeo from the Academic Language and Learning team gives some recommendations.

Getting students to do pre-class activities: Advice from Joseph Yeo

By Richard Ingold,

One of lecturers’ and tutors’ common complaints is that many students don’t prepare for classes. But is it always their fault? And is it purely due to a lack of interest or motivation? Joseph Yeo answers these questions with a definitive “No”.

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