“Remote learning is just a baby step experiment in the long journey to offering online education”. The adoption of online solutions has been unprecedented as educators are applying a ‘first aid’ solution, switching entirely to remote instruction. But this has opened a wealth of opportunities to develop a virtual culture through imaginative and creative implementation. Tessa 2.0 is a smart virtual assistant to enable faculty in designing blended learning courses, just one of the many possibilities in the future of teaching and learning.
Speaker – Dr Samson Tan, Head, Centre for Innovation in Learning, National Institute of Education, Singapore