Blended Learning: Where Do I Start?
Blended learning combines technology-driven learning activities with teacher-led instruction to maximize a personalized learning experience. Blended learning involves rethinking class structure, use of time, and allocation of resources. The goal of blended learning is to increase student learning and achievement by fostering a personalized, highly productive environment full of engaged learners.
- Carry out research to determine current educational practices that incorporate blended learning in the classroom.
- Review active learning and assessment strategies indicative of a blended learning environment.
- Become familiar with different technologies and tools that are available to support blended learning.
- Create an action plan of next steps for establishing a blended learning environment.
Professional development credit:
Fall 2017 Sessions:
- September 11–October 8
- October 9–November 5
- November 6–December 10
Spring 2018 Sessions:
- January 8–February 4
- February 5–March 4
- March 5–April 8
- April 9–May 6
- May 7–June 3
Summer 2018 Sessions:
- June 4–July 1
- July 9–August 5
Register for Blended Learning: Where Do I Start?