Blended Learning: A Guide for Design

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This is a summary of what I have learned about designing blended learning in my EDUC-6135: Distance Education Course. Blended Learning_A Guide for Design shares some best practices and practices to avoid when designing blended learning experiences. It will start with, what I found to be, typical steps for creating blended learning. It will also provide a list of Do’s and Don’ts, share some pedagogical strategies to consider, as well as some standard technologies used in blended learning course design. While I am not an expert yet, I hope you find this guide helpful and informative. It was my goal to create a good “starting point” for designing a blended learning experience.

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Posted on June 20, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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