Instructional Best Practices In Blended Learning
This course provides participants with the opportunity to study aspects of best instructional practices and strategies in blended learning in order to implement a blended learning model (Flipped Model). Participants will also explore instructional differences and similarities between being a content expert and an expert facilitator. In addition, participants will review, respond, design, and implement the following in a blended setting: 1. Quality standards in online and blended learning; 2. Instructional strategies and tools that build student engagement and support in blended settings; 3. Instructional strategies that build self-directed, autonomous learners; and 4. Synchronous and asynchronous tools for virtual instruction in a blended setting.
30 PD clock hours/2 graduate-level credits