Gain an understanding of the theory and practice of blended learning, and learn how to create materials to engage your students.
• Inexperienced teachers
• Experienced teachers who want to revise and extend their skills in this area
As many of the tasks within this course are classroom-based, you will find it more useful if you are currently teaching.
You should already have:
• English at B2 level or higher What’s this?
You will be awarded a Certificate of Completion at the end of the course
By the end of the course you should be able to:
• understand the concepts and theory of blended learning, and the technologies that support it
• design and create your own materials
• reflect upon the differing challenges presented by self-study and group learning activities
• confidently manage learning activities and learner interaction
The tasks within this course encourage you to try new approaches in the classroom and reflect upon the outcomes.
To successfully complete the course, you will be required to:
• check your progress and understanding, through a range of interactive activities
• participate in discussion forums with other teachers
• keep a learner journal
An end-of-course quiz will provide feedback on your progress and suggest areas for revision, where appropriate.
About 10 hours; 10 units.
You have six months to complete the course.
• Unit 1: What is blended learning?
• Unit 2: Learning Management Systems
• Unit 3: Using an LMS and other alternatives
• Unit 4: Adding content. Part I
• Unit 5: Adding content. Part II
• Unit 6: Adding content. Part IIl
• Unit 7: Managing interactions
• Unit 8: Assessment
• Unit 9: Balancing the blend
• Unit 10: Starting a blended learning course
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