A collection of tips and tools designed to aid in transitioning instruction online.
Blended courses offer 30-80% of content online and the rest in the classroom. Drawing upon the best of both modalities makes this type of course a favorite among students who appreciate variety in learning activities and increased opportunities for engagement with peers.
This video offers ten practical tips to consider as you transition from a face-to-face to a blended course format. Topics include mapping content, emphasizing engagement, and deciding what goes where. See why blended learning really is the best of both worlds.
Using the Blended Learning Toolkit
Create Your Own Mix Map for Planning What Goes Where
Developing a Community of Inquiry in Your Blended Classroom
Hands-on Activities for Increasing Engagement
Bridging the Gap Between Prework and In-Class Sessions
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