Here are some examples of course schedules you could adopt:
Weekly one-hour face-to-face classes complemented with online discussions, offline readings, and other learning activities that support student learning.
Alternating weeks of face-to-face classes and independent or collaborative academic activity that builds students toward the course learning outcomes.
Face-to-face classes, scheduled at strategic points throughout the semester, supplemented with guided course activities that students complete independently or collaboratively, online or in the community.
This course model is designed around the development of a course-long group project.
This course model is designed to minimize student-instructor ratio and acquaint students with course content before class.
This course model is designed to increase the contact with the instructor and uses a flipped approach to teaching.
Experiential learning course
This course model is designed to engage students in hands on learning activities.
Examples of Blended Learning Courses gives an overview of how various courses were structured into a blended format (The University of Waterloo)
Queen's Experiments with mix of lectures and online learning (University Affairs)
Blended learning in Arts and Science: What it is (Queen’s University, 2013)
8 Interesting Examples of Blended Learning (A crowd-sourced Google presentation started by Joyce Seitzinger)
Blended Learning in Introductory Psychology at McMaster University (Contact North)
Developing a Blended Learning Course for More Engaged Learning in Calculus at Queen’s University (Contact North)