The Centre for Teaching and Learning has published a series of downloadable Oxford Teaching Ideas on its website that teaching staff across the University can use. They are relevant to both in-person and online teaching practices and have been designed to complement the guidance on remote teaching in different scenarios.
Each brief resource provides practical and relevant guidance applicable to different teaching settings and approaches at Oxford. They support staff to develop inclusive teaching practices, thus enhancing the learning experiences of our students.
There are 20 Oxford Teaching Ideas covering a range of topics published on the website. Topics include: inclusive online teaching, planning effective tutorials, giving effective feedback, and designing evaluation questions.
Each Oxford Teaching Idea listed on the Oxford Teaching Ideas homepage includes helpful ideas that can be used by teaching staff across the University.
Based on pedagogic principles, each has been designed to be brief, practical, and relevant to different teaching settings and approaches at Oxford, and, as mentioned before, designed to complement the guidance on remote teaching in different scenarios.
Please visit the Oxford Teaching Ideas homepage to see all the resources available.