Sample Remote Learning Checklists
Many students report that a clear checklist/to-do list posted at the beginning of each week or on the start-page of each module can be useful in helping them stay organized, keep track of upcoming due dates, and monitor their progress in the course. There are many ways to organize checklists. You can take a look at sample checklists from a range of courses below.
Remote Learning Checklist Template
Sample Checklist from IDST 1001
The activities for this Module should be undertaken between 17 September and 24 September.
The learning objective of this Module is to enable students to gain an understanding of the current dimensions of global poverty and inequality and so provide them with the knowledge with which to make informed judgements.
In order to complete this Module, you will have to:
- asynchronously listen to a six-part podcast;
- asynchronously read from the textbook: 'Understanding global poverty reduction: ideas, actors, and institutions', Chapter 24 in Haslam, Paul, Schafer, Jessica and Beaudet, Pierre (2017) Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, Issues, and Practice (3rd edition), Don Mills: Oxford University Press;
- asynchronously read from the textbook: 'Measuring and evaluating poverty', Chapter 25 in Haslam, Paul, Schafer, Jessica and Beaudet, Pierre (2017) Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, Issues, and Practice (3rd edition), Don Mills: Oxford University Press;
- asynchronously read online Green, D. (2014) 'The pocket Piketty: a two-page intro for non-bookworms'. Oxfam International From Poverty to Power blogpost. Available at: http://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/the-pocket-piketty-a-two-page-intro-for-non-bookworms/;
- synchronously attend your workshop and take part in the programmed activities;
- synchronously take the 15 minute quiz on 24 September at 2 pm;
- if you want, synchronously attend the optional question and answer session on 24 September at 3 pm.
Created by and shared with permission of Professor Haroon Akram-Lodhi.
Sample Checklist from HIST 1501
To complete this week, you should:
|1||Watch: Prof. Elbl, Introduction to the Plague (video, 8:03)|
|2||Review the Learning Goals and Objectives for this week|
|3||Review the Key Names and Terms for this week|
|4||Watch: “The Plague" (2005) documentary|
|5||Read: Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, “The Age of Plague" pgs. 440-441 & 448-454|
|6||Watch: Prof. Elbl, "What was the The Plague"? (video #1, 12:57)|
|7||Watch: Prof. Elbl, "The Great Mortality" (video #2, 18:46)|
|8||Watch: Prof. Elbl, "The Second Pandemic"(video #3, 11:47)|
|9||Read: An excerpt from Giovanni Villani's "Chronicle of Florence" on The Plague|
|10||Analyze: Pieter Bruegel the Elder's "The Triumph of the Death" (1565)|
|11||Do: Take the weekly quiz|
|12||Do: Participate in your weekly seminar and the live Q&A Session on Wed. Oct. 7|
Created by and shared with permission of Professor Olga Andriewsky.
Prepared by: Dana Capell
Last Updated: November 24, 2020