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Course Objectives

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Goals & Objectives

 

 Instructional Goals:

1.    To provide an overview of research, statistics, and definitions of Blended (Hybrid) Learning Higher Education

2.     Introduce approaches and strategies to redesigning a course for a blended format

3.     Discuss and examine role of establishing community in a blended format

4.     Recommend a framework for creating quality blended learning experiences

5.     Introduce instructional technologies that can help facilitate blended learning

6.     Collaborate with peers from a variety of disciplines to Leverage background and proficiencies 

 

Learning Outcomes:

During the learnshop, participants will be able to accomplish the following

    1.      Define blended learning in higher education. 

2.     Evaluate a blended course‚Äôs strengths and weaknesses.

3.     Design a module for blended delivery utilizing a blended module design tool.

4.     Develop a plan for designing a blended course or redesigning an existing course as a blended course.

5.     Explain the value of community in the blended course.

6.     Identify quality assurance principles and practices in a blended environment.

7.     Review and select instructional technology options for delivering blended courses.

 

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Course Objectives

Day 1: Overview & Redesign

Day 2: Community & Quality

Day 3: Blended Technologies

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Blended by Design is facilitated by Jennifer Strickland, PhD throughout the Maricopa Community College District. To learn more about the Creative Commons license for this work, go to Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License

 

 

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