Tips from the Pros: Blended Learning: Suggestions for What to Do Before, During, and After F2F Sessions
Blended learning course design is not a simple matter of conducting part of a course online and part of it face-to-face. To create an effective blended course, it is important to use technology in ways that take advantage of both modes before, during, and after face-to-face meetings. In the recent Magna Online Seminar Ten Ways to Improve Blended Learning Design, Ike Shibley, associate professor of chemistry at Penn State Berks, offered the following suggestions for appropriate use of technology at the various stages of a blended course:
- Teaching Online With Errol: Crucial for Online Educators: Knowing Your Student Audience!
- Private Journal Replaces Discussion Forum in Hybrid Course
- Reciprocal Feedback in the Online Classroom
- Online or In Class?
- Tips from the Pros: Blended Learning: Suggestions for What to Do Before, During, and After F2F Sessions
- Using Audio to Provide Personalized, Timely Feedback