In this workshop on Blended Learning Design, you will receive an introduction into the entire process of designing education that optimizes the use of face-to-face and online learning.
First, we will discuss the definition. What is blended learning? What misconceptions surround this concept? Next to that, we elaborate on design principles that guide the process: constructive alignment and the CCCS principles (learning as a constructive, contextual, collaborative, and self-directed process) as foundation of PBL.
Following the introductory interactive keynote, you will dive deeper into the subject of blended learning design. In this session, we address the how of blended learning. How can we design an activating student-oriented learning journey that incorporate and translate these guiding principles for educational design? During the workshop, we will show examples and you will collaborate in creating your own blended learning student-journey. There is plenty room for questions and discussion.
We aim for an interactive session. So, be sure to bring a mobile device that allows for web-browsing. If the session will be hosted online, you will need a computer web-browser. We will use a tool to visually create the student learning journey.
PLEASE NOTE that this workshop is planned to take place via zoom and you will receive a link in an outlook invitation prior to the event. However, if the home-working restrictions are relaxed, we will explore the possibility of moving this session to EDLAB and running it in person.
Please bring one Intended Learning Outcome to the workshop. This can be an ILO from one of your one courses (if you are a course coordinator) or from another existing course within your programme.
Intended Learning Outcomes of workshop
After the session, you will be able to:
…name the definition of blended learning.
…explain design principles underlying blended learning (such as CCCS and constructive alignment).
…apply these design principles in creating a student learning journey.
Costs & cancellations
Due to the challenges arising for our teaching staff due to the COVID-19 situation and in order to provide quick and essential teacher support, EDLAB is offering this course to you free of charge. Please note however that we have paid to develop and offer this session together with the trainers, so if you sign up but cannot attend, we would greatly appreciate it if you could give us at least 5 days’ notice so that we can advertise your spot to others who may be interested. Cancellation without 5 days’ notice, or failure to show up entirely may result in your department being charged the full cost price.
EDLAB reserves the right to postpone this event should a minimum of 6 participants not be reached.
Activity full or can’t make this date? Then sign up for the waiting list and we’ll let you know as soon if this event is scheduled again.