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is a technopedagogical advisor affiliated with the Faculty of Education at the Université de Sherbrooke, where he works within the Pôle d'innovation technopédagogique (technopedagogical innovation hub). He is particularly interested in distance learning and technopedagogical integration. He is passionate about interactions between learners and technology, as well as between learners themselves.

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Published January 17, 2021

Engaging videoconferencing classes going back and forth between a large group, subgroups and teams

Alex Boudreau Learning Technology Advisor, Pôle d’innovation technopédagogique de la Faculté d’éducation, Université de Sherbrooke

Is it mandatory for a synchronous class session to bring together all students in a group in the same virtual room for the entire duration of the class that would have taken place if it had been taught in a face-to-face setting? No! The use of videoconferencing should not force a linear lecture presentation format.