EDU 904 Blended and Flipped Learning Environments
Explores blended learning models and the implementation of such models in the classroom. Focuses on technological and pedagogical implementation, including resource identification and logistical and structural development of blended classroom environments to support student access and academic integrity.
The objective for this course is for participants to plan, design, implement, and evaluate a unit utilizing blended instruction. This course is designed for teachers already familiar with the strategies behind a blended classroom. Participants should also have a basic understanding of the tools needed to create and manage a blended classroom including screen capturing tools, Google Workspace, and the basic use of a learning management system.
This course was previously called "The Flipped Classroom II".
*Participants in this course will have several mandatory, synchronous, video conference sessions. The dates and times are listed on each course registration page.
See what other educators are saying about this course
Highly impactul to my classroom instructionB.G., Math Teacher
Being more comfortable with implementing the flipped model.N.J., Art Teacher
I would like to implement more flipped learning and this helps get things moving strongly in that direction.W.H., Math Teacher
I gained a true understanding of what Blended learning is.B.G., Math Teacher
Being given the opportunity to create a unit plan that I could use in my classroom.N.J., Art Teacher
Relevant experiences and work created that I can utilize in my classroom.N.J., Art Teacher
The hands-on component of this course was awesome.M.P., Language Arts Teacher
To be able to take the time to flips some lessons to build an entire flipped unit.W.H., Math Teacher
I am interested in creating a blended learning environment in my classroom immediately.D.H., Elementary Teacher
This was a great course for beginning to create blended learning for students!M.L., Elementary Teacher
I found the content very beneficial and the projects useful in my classroom.H.P., Math Teacher
Moving forward toward developing self guide learnersL.S., Elementary Teacher
I really enjoyed this course. The ability to create materials as part of the assessment for the course was very beneficial. The course was rigorous, yet manageable.W.F., Social Studies Teacher
This class is very relevant to classrooms today and of the future.J.G.
I enjoyed how the instructor modeled a blended environment within the course.B.G., Math Teacher