Evolving Toolsets: From RATT To ETT
When we teach, we use many tools to achieve our educational goals. When Covid hit, many of the tools we typically use (like the F2F classroom, or classmates around a table) became unavailable. Our toolsets were reduced or altered, and we had to engage in Reduced/Altered Toolset Teaching (RATT). The light at the end of this tunnel is that most, if not all, of us have acquired new tools over the past 18 months or so, so that as we return to a more normal world, we can perhaps begin Enhanced Toolset Teaching (ETT). In this session, let’s reflect upon what happened when our toolsets were reduced and how we can enhance our educational practices for the future.
This session will use Padlet. The link to the Padlet will appear right below this text.