Blended Learning

January 26, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The University of Waterloo has an online site named Centre for Teaching Excellence.  The Resources section includes a Blended Learning selection. Check it out! It includes the following:

  1. Examples of blended learning
  2. Ten questions to ask when designing a blended courses
  3. Best practices for blended learning
  4. Sources for blended learning

While these pages are aimed at a post-secondary faculty, the information is useful for teachers in the K-12 classroom too.

The Professional Library can offer TDSB teachers plenty of other resources (books and articles), for example these 3 new books:

  1. Blended: Using disruptive innovation to improve schools
  2. Time for Learning, top 10 reasons why flipping the classroom can change education
  3. Technology on the education frontier: Instructional strategies for online and blended classrooms, Grade 5-12

Contact us if you’d to read up on this topic. (416) 395-8289 or TEXT (647) 556-6333 or email professionallibrary@tdsb.on.ca.

Rowan

 

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