Combining online learning with a face-to-face experience dedicated to active learning has been found to be a very successful model for teaching effectiveness and student engagement and achievement. Practical advice and resources facilitate the development of successful blended learning courses.
Ten Facts You Need to Know About Blended Learning
What is blended learning? How does it work? How does it affect students, faculty and institutions? What are the challenges and opportunities posed by blended learning in the future?
Making Sense of Blended Learning: Treasuring an Older Tradition or Finding a Better Future?
If implemented sensitively and professionally, hybrid learning will lead to higher student performance and greater staff satisfaction than trying to revamp an older model of higher education that was simply not designed for the masses of diverse students
Blended learning is a teaching and learning strategy that combines online and classroom-based learning activities and resources to reduce in-class seat time for students in a face-to-face environment.
How to Make the Most of Blended Learning
Blended learning is a fast (if not the fastest) growing delivery and instructional design method in colleges and universities. As faculty, you can use blended learning to encourage more engaged and interactive learning for your students.
Top Resources for Blended Learning
Many faculty and instructors want their students to make more use of technology, in-class, between classes, or instead of some classes to accelerate and deepen their learning. This is a quick guide to some recommended resources on blended learning.
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