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◦ Reading weeks
◦ In depth explanations
◦ ReCap Videos
◦ Slack Responses / Community
◦ Openness and helpfulness availability of all the lecturers
◦ open, professional, friendly attitude. Very well organised and run.
◦ Commitment of the WIT team
◦ Student Responses (peer learning)
◦ Interactivity in live sessions (Real-time engagement)
◦ Socrative and slack pop quizzes (during all lectures)
◦ available for a little longer
◦ Live Sessions
◦ Live Videos
◦ Recordings explaining the notes
◦ Real-time feedback
◦ Break the videos down into the sub sections
◦ Full class length videos
◦ Bonus videos. (especially on collections in programming)
◦ Sunday night submissions!
◦ Bank Holiday responses!
◦ What you're doing
◦ Courses would be like professor's Eamonn's Leastar
◦ Overlapping / Back-to-back projects assignments.
◦ Very stressful particularly at end of semester
◦ Timing assignments close together across modules
◦ Last assignments too difficult
◦ hard to believe this was a course for people with jobs!
◦ Slack DMs
◦ Make everyone post questions publically
◦ Any direct message that is not personal post it and put the answer in the
◦ Nothing, n/a
◦ Moving tutor from one corner to the other - I love seeing you guys ...
in one consistent place!
◦ I hate short videos - I'd rather have a full 1,5 hr session... feels much, MUCH
◦ short videos
◦ Assuming people are available during standard working days
◦ More time over assignments
◦ Creating asignments with different levels of difficulty as you do now,
but in the way that students would be able to start working on them as they
◦ Give Solutions to the final assignment
◦ Lecturers giving short answers on slack.
◦ "same day" response on slack
◦ the top students are consistently able to respond to questions much faster than
◦ A channel entitled 'questions and discussions that aren't for the
excellent/outstanding grade' though I know that may be empty!
◦ Approach students directly through slack, ask how they do, do they need help
with anything at all
◦ Downloadable Videos
◦ Live videos where possible.
◦ More interactivity in webinars.
◦ Bookmark videos to match content in notes/slides. or
separate into shorter videos with breaks removed
◦ More recap of difficult concepts
◦ The more material, video, slides or exercises, the better.
◦ Follow on material/books
◦ More facilities should be available for people who need extra help.
◦ Finding different ways of explaining difficult concepts.
◦ Poll the students regularly on whether they are keeping up, and reach
out to those who are falling too far behind
◦ Classes 12.15 to 1.45. Or earlier