The COVID‑19 pandemic forced educators to go online in a hurry in 2020
and adapt their teaching and assessment approaches. However, despite
the urgency, teaching and assessment still need to remain constructively
aligned, enforce learning, and be student centred while simultaneously
developing 21st century graduate attributes and critical thinking skills.
While interactive and collaborative learning is frequently cited as a good
educational practice in the online environment, this learning approach is
not without challenges for the student or the facilitator.