Participants will inductively start by having a look at how different learners learn different contents. They will asynchronously explore the different sources which have informed the choice of the resources and the way they have been designed. Gradually participants will collaboratively design their own material, which they will be able to use with their learners at the end of the course. On zoom, participants will share with their colleagues how their own learning might have shed light on how post-pandemic learners might need to approach learning.
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