Resolve to Improve Your Blended Courses in 2014
The flexibility of blended courses allows teachers to redesign almost any course to best fit the needs of the learners.
When it’s done right, a blended course offers flexibility and access (for both teacher and student) while enhancing the learning experience.
Students can actually learn more and enjoy the variety that new media brings to higher education. They can benefit from an engaging design that provides immediate feedback.
Instructors can experiment with new tools and approaches to keep courses fresh semester after semester.
Institutions can better allocate space and optimize facility planning since in-class time is reduced.
With blended learning—when it is done right—everyone wins.
The key, of course, is in the course design. Fortunately, you don’t have to scour journals and blogs to find the best strategies and tactics.
You can learn some of the most effective classroom-tested methods in 10 Ways to Improve Blended Learning Course Design.