A blended learning environment requires that teachers transform teaching and learning experiences to engage students by utilizing available technology resources, local and global resources, and relevant curriculum content. Blending face to face and online resources give teachers an opportunity to organize differentiated learning opportunities which will provide multiple pathways to concept attainment for learners.
This course provides participants with practical strategies, resources, and ideas to effectively facilitate a “Blended Learning” experience for learners with technology-rich lessons and activities where students explore; practice and apply; create, communicate and collaborate using 21st-century skills in a blended learning environment.
Participants will develop a personal plan to effectively facilitate teaching and learning that engages students in a blended learning environment.
NOTE: Participants will need access to an Internet-enabled computer, Microsoft Office, and digital camera (webcam, digital cam, or phone camera will work).
This course is divided into the following modules:
- Defining a Blended Learning Environment
- Organizing a Blended Learning Environment: Resource Management
- Developing Effective Technology Enhanced Lessons
- Differentiating Teaching and Learning with Technology
- Communication and Collaboration
- Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
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