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This is an example of doing the same thing differently: Taking exams online instead of in-person and being subject to algorithmic proctoring. …….in the middle of a pandemic… school is a joke rn.. #ncat pic.twitter.com/h6NBPcKJte — Arielle G đ“‚€ (@LegendAriee16) September 10, 2020 What is the problem with algorithmic proctoring? The rules, regulations, and repercussions […]

Video source The video above is about how mistrust for the SARS-CoV2 vaccine grows. I highlight a late segment with an educator’s point of view. A paediatric group created its own communications department to educate its stakeholders and to counter misinformation and disinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines. It did this because lives and reputations were […]

One of the invisible barriers to embracing technology for teaching and learning is the nature of assessment. The dominant form of assessment is arguably the centralised and paper-based examination. When we were forced to go online during the current pandemic, some institutions persisted with such exams via remote proctoring. AI-enabled remote proctoring has come under fire […]

The age of COVID-19 has pushed us to rely on technologies for remote teaching and learning. But how far have we pushed ourselves pedagogically? How have we actually changed the way we assess learning? This Times Higher Education (THE) article started with the premise that the assessment of learning in higher education is often an […]

"transfer" (CC BY 2.0) by mikecohen1872   The transfer of teaching strategies between physical and online classrooms does not seem to be balanced. When forced to conduct emergency remote teaching, most teachers transferred strategies they were already familiar with, e.g., teacher talk and proctored exams. While such a response is understandable — the runway was short and the […]


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