Blended Learning

The melding of the face-to-face and online environments in blended learning offers a unique set of opportunities and challenges in the course design process. Although many factors intervene in successfully building a blended course, defining teaching, and learning philosophy at first lays a solid foundation for the development of a quality course.

Knowing where you stand on what constitutes teaching and learning will help you envision the protocols and strategies throughout the life of a course from its creation to its delivery.

This workshop will discuss the concepts, theory, technology required, and implementation of blended learning.

At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the nature and concepts of blended learning
  • Define the steps and components of blended learning
  • Discuss the practical applications of blended learning
  • Assess and evaluate the pros and cons of blended learning

Course Outline:

Module One:

What is blended learning?

Module Two:

Essential concepts of blended learning.

Module Three:

Benefits of Blended learning.

Module Four:

Components of Blended Learning.

Module Five:

Developing blended learning solutions.

Module Six:

Application/Administration of blended learning solutions.

Module Seven:

Overcoming resistance to blended learning.

Module Eight:

Assessing and evaluating effectiveness blended solutions.