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    Planning Blended Learning
    Provider   Education Enhancement - OSDU

    This session will provide guidance on planning for Blended Learning and highlight what support is available to teaching staff.

The next session will begin on 25/08/2021 at 03:00 PM
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Duration 1 hour

Course Type Webinar

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Target Audience: Teaching and Administrative Staff

This session will focus on a pragmatic approach to adapting and planning courses using a blended learning model with consideration for quality, flexibility and safety.

Reference will be made to recent Blended Learning guidance that has been provided for teaching under the circumstances of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic, where the normal capacity of the campus to support teaching and learning has been interrupted.

A robust Blended Learning class requires planning and preparation in advance of the delivery of the first of the classes. An outline of a week of your class can be broken down into a written planner to identify ways in which your class can be adapted. This approach has been used in programmes such as the Graduate Apprenticeships.

The session will also signpost the help and support available to University staff and students.

 

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the motivation for blended learning
  • Consider how blended learning can work in different contexts
  • Plan courses using suggested strategies
  • Explore options for designing a blended experience
  • Access further training and support


Delivered By: Education Enhancement Team

Prerequisites

A computer with a good Internet connection and audio (and ideally webcam) enabled. If you have not used Zoom before, you will be asked to download the app before joining the session - this is a very quick and simple process.