Getting Started With Blended Learning Workshop Materials

Posted May 11th, 2016 at 3:50 pm.

Thank you all for attending this workshop.

Here is the link for the PowerPoint for this workshop.

Here is the worksheet for Mapping a Blended Course Activity.

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In the spirit of showing rather than simply telling, we decided to blend this workshop.

Below are links to three short videos on key topics. Please review them before our meeting and come prepared to discuss. In “class,” we will practice implementing some of the ideas presented in these videos while redesigning a face-to-face course to include blended elements.

Additional Resources

For more information on topics raised in the videos, we recommend the following.

Active learning Higher Ed Research Institute. “UCLA Higher Ed Study: Professors’ Emphasis on Student-Centered Teaching Methods hits 25-year High.” 2014.

Michael Prince. “Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research.” Journal of Engineering Education 93 (2014): 223-231.

David Gooblar. “Why Students Resist Active Learning.” ChronicleVitae, 2014.

Formative assessment Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III and Mark A. McDaniel. Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Harvard/Belknap 2014.
(Digital) Project-based learning Rebecca Frost-Davis, “Engaging Undergraduates with Digital Scholarship Projects,” 22 October 2014, and other posts on her blog: https://rebeccafrostdavis.wordpress.com/

Ryan Cordell, “How Not to Teach Digital Humanities,” 1 February 2015.

Universal Design for Learning UDL Guidelines: Theory & Practice Version | National Center On Universal Design for Learning.” UDL Guidelines: Theory & Practice Version. CAST, 11 Dec. 2014. Web. 23 May 2016.
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