Blended Learning: Effective Ways to Integrate Online Learning with Traditional Education

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Key topics include:

- The role of the student and how to support students in the transition from traditional to blended learning;
- Implications for teachers in their day-to-day work and overall role;
- Impact on the way schools are designed including staffing models, use of time, hardware/software selection, and the use of data;
- Implementation challenges, potential solutions, and the remaining open questions.
What you will learn:

- Explain blended learning as a teaching modality and discuss its effectiveness;
- List and discuss the main instructional design steps involved in building a blended learning educational process;
- Select tools and technologies to support blended learning;
- Discuss effective blended teaching strategies;
- Make informed decisions when choosing new tools and pedagogies for online teaching;
- Identify major benefits and challenges of blended learning as a teaching strategy;
Understand how to create and evaluate approaches to blended teaching that are appropriate for you;
- Learn useful methods that will guide you to test out these new ideas in your own teaching practice.

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Motivated Learning for Everyone
Bruges/Brussels, Belgium

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Upcoming sessions

25.09.2023 > 01.10.2023
16.10.2023 > 22.10.2023
13.11.2023 > 19.11.2023
11.12.2023 > 17.12.2023

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