Archives de catégorie : In English

CovidCampus #9 – The Ultimate Combo for online teaching

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Coronavirus / Covid-19 crisis and the transition I had to operate from my face-to-face courses to online classes. Fellow professors, look no further: here is the ultimate combination … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #8: online exams and cheating – 5 laws, some solutions and many questions

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Coronavirus / Covid-19 crisis and the transition I had to operate from my face-to-face courses to online classes. Never before have students cheated as much as at the … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #7: The 3 components in the value of your diploma, and how emergency online teaching interferes with that

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Coronavirus / Covid-19 crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. At the time of writing of this blog post, there are still uncertainties … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #6: Online courses versus face-to-face courses: identical twins or siblings?

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Coronavirus / Covid-19 crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. Beware: long blog post. This article started from the following idea: in previous … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #5: first weeks of online teaching – from Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde (2/2)

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Coronavirus / Covid-19 crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. Here is the continuation of my experiments on the abrupt switch of all … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #4 : first week of pivoting to online teaching (1/2) – the Dr. Jekyll syndrom

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Corona virus crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. After general thoughts, let’s move on to a field report. Last week, I had … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #3: the 3 Laws of Pedagogics to switch to an online course

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Corona virus crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. Here is the report of some experiments I have done in the past few … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus #2 : Communication (ENG)

This blog post is part of a series of reflections on the Corona virus crisis and the immediate transition from my face-to-face courses to online classes. It has been announced yesterday night: France has just reached stage 3 of the … Continuer la lecture

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CovidCampus: how to move quickly to 100% online courses? #1

Today I am starting a sequence of reflections on e-learning, following the Coronavirus crisis. Indeed, even if to date the French government has not yet taken a position on the shutting out of universities and grandes écoles, I prefer to … Continuer la lecture

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Book suggestions for students

I was asked by a student – for the purpose of a school newspaper – to suggest to students “A BOOK THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE and WHY.” Tricky question indeed. I answered with the following : Dear Student, I … Continuer la lecture

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