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Best Practices for Designing Successful Blended Courses

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Building effective learning experiences for increasingly diverse learners while facing financial constraints is one of the most important challenges higher education faces today. Blended instruction can help, but it takes work to fuse the worlds of face-to-face and online instruction. Veronica Diaz, associate director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, shows you how to make the best of both worlds.

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Building Effective Blended Courses

Building effective learning experiences for increasingly diverse learners while facing financial constraints is one of the most important challenges higher education faces today.

Blended instruction can help, but it takes work to fuse the worlds of face-to-face and online instruction.

Benefits

The unique challenges and opportunities of blended courses make mastering their design a pathway to professional development for faculty and enhanced learning for students.

We show you to how to design a blended course from scratch or re-design a traditional class.

Topics Covered

You’ll learn the basic requirements for blended teaching, review examples of blended courses and explore:

  • An overview of re-design for the blended environment
  • A basic model for course re-design
  • Mapping your course into the blended mode
  • Organizing content into instructional modules
  • Common crisis points for students and instructors, and how to handle them
  • Tips for aligning your course with quality assurance rubrics

Audience

This is a foundation level course, appropriate for all institutions, and particularly helpful for:

  • Faculty
  • Administrators
  • Librarians
  • Information technology professionals
  • Learning technologists

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Order this valuable program today.

Product Code: QC11KA

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