Blended Learning | Spalding University Catalog

EDU-636: Blended Learning

3 credit hours

This course explores digital strategies to achieve a learner-centered experience. Emphasis is on unpacking researched-based best practices to enable remote learning or enhance blended learning. Application based demonstration of learning will ask participants to leverage digital strategies to support differentiation, student voice, choice, agency, and rigor. This course is for educators who have a general understanding of blended learning and are ready to explore models that further integrate technology into instruction and assessment, deepen opportunities for learner agency, and infuse rigor in their lessons.