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GPTK726 - What Does Blended Learning Look Like?

Blended or hybrid learning refers to a combination of face-to-face classroom instruction and various media, usually online. Typically, some parts of the course are delivered face to face while other parts are delivered entirely online. In online activities, students are responsible for much of their own learning, and the teacher is responsible for creating those opportunities for learning through thoughtful the presenter will explore an example of a blended course with a focus on how to use Moodle and other tools to facilitate online learning activities.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the benefits and differences between blended learning versus other models of teaching.
2. Identify critical factors in the design of a blended learning course.
3. Discuss the challenges of developing and implementing a blended course and devise strategies to overcome these challenges.

Leaders Information

This workshop is being led by Alicia Cundell.

Alicia Cundell is a Teaching Consultant at Concordia’s Centre for Teaching and Learning, where she works with faculty to develop their teaching. She has taught internationally, having held positions at universities across the Middle East. Alicia has 15 years combined teaching, training and educational development experience, and has worked extensively in e-learning, curriculum development and instructional design.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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