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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Blended Learning? - Definition & Models
Course SummaryUtilize blended learning models and their solutions in your classroom with help from the lessons in this engaging course. These teacher resources are presented by expert instructors who share strategies and methods to incorporate these models into your classroom.
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About This Course
As you study the material this course, you will be presented with numerous strategies and program models to utilize blended learning techniques in your classroom. By reviewing each chapter and video lesson, you will also learn the reasons why blended learning is growing in popularity.
How It Works
Learn the reasons for incorporating a blended learning program in your teaching and how to implement it in your classroom successfully. Make use of the brief video lessons and interactive quizzes to gauge how well you understand these new teaching techniques.
This course includes:
- Detailed transcripts of each video lesson so you can follow along and review information more easily
- Lessons led by expert instructors who can effectively explain blended learning strategies
- Exams at the end of the course and each individual chapter to test your knowledge of these new teaching techniques
- Short video lessons that teach you in a way similar to a blended learning program
How It Helps
- Explains benefits: You will learn why implementing blended learning strategies can be beneficial in your classroom.
- Details the role of teachers and students: The specific duties of you and your students are outlined.
- Teaches different models: Various blended learning models will be explained in detail to help you determine which method is right for your classroom.
- Reviews implementation techniques: You will be taught different ways to implement blended learning programs in your classroom.
|Foundations of Blended Learning|| Definition of blended learning |
Differences between traditional and blended learning
Detailed explanation for blended learning's growing popularity
Strategies for implementing blended learning in the classroom
Examples of factors that influence blended learning design
Benefits of blended learning
|Blended Learning Solutions|| Role specialization in blended learning models|
Explanation of teachers as facilitators of learning
Blended learning students as active learners
Strategy of differentiated instruction
Strategies for how to use technology in a classroom
Pros and cons of classroom technology use
|Blended Learning Models|| Examples of the face-to-face model|
Definition of the rotation model
Understand flex model programs
The use of the online lab model
Students' roles in the self-blend model
Application of the online driver model
|Implementing Blended Learning Solutions|| The necessity of project-specific goals|
Different opportunities for funding of blended learning programs
Differentiate between the enterprise and portfolio blended learning approaches
Strategies used to determine which blended learning platform to use
Identify different forms of blended learning content
Understand factors that determine which devices to use for blended learning
Overview what is required for successful blended learning
|Trends & Improvement in Blended Learning|| Understand how to measure the blended learning's effectiveness|
Review the challenges related to blended learning
Mistakes in implementing blended learning
Practices attributed to a successful blended learning program
Potential trends for the future of blended learning
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