Keestra’s (2017) academic essay Metacognition and Reflection by Interdisciplinary Experts should be a must-read, but its content is relatively inaccessible.
Creating a welcoming experience for students is a key challenge when starting a session. Equally important is the introduction to a virtual classroom.
As classrooms around the world usher in modernity and indeed, the future of education, teachers everywhere are grappling with the new hybrid teaching model.
Whilst the Hyflex model—teachers teaching to both in-class students and others calling in via the internet—the global pandemic sweeping the planet has certainly accelerated the need for classroom transformation and innovation.
Since the 1990s, change management has received considerable attention as the new paradigm for the management of organisational transformations as well as behavioural and motivational changes within both for-profit and non-profit organisations. As such, constant changes have also become the new "normality" in educational and social service organisations.
This is part three of my series of how to create an online course. The aim of this series is to make you familiar with the basics of planning and developing a learning design to successfully implement a blended learning environment. This part will go through the concrete planning process.
This is part two of my series of how to create an online course. The aim of this series is to make you familiar with the basics of planning and developing a learning design to successfully implement a blended learning environment. This part will discover the process of planning your learning design.
As with face-to-face courses, online courses also require targeted planning of the learning process and the learning environment, not to mention the fact that, teachers have already developed their own teaching style tailored to the needs of the learners.
Blended learning is a form of learning that combines and integrates the advantages of traditional face-to-face courses and modern forms of e-learning.