Designing for the Blended Learning Experience
Customized workshops scheduled upon request
Available on all three campuses
For 4–12 participants
This customizable workshop is available upon request to groups and departments with an interest in the unique teaching and learning opportunities generated by combining online and face-to-face interaction. The workshop is tailored to the needs of each participant group and is delivered through a mix of online and on-site sessions. Learn development strategies for blended courses and begin creating a blended-course syllabus. To request a workshop, contact Robyn Schell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blended learning combines face-to-face (f2f) and online interaction to create effective, engaging learning experiences. This five-hour, hands-on workshop is delivered over a one-week period. Through small-group work, discussion, and online and f2f activities, you will develop strategies to take advantage of the opportunities offered through blended course design. At the end of this workshop you will leave with a plan for creating or modifying your blended course syllabus.
About the facilitator
Robyn Schell is a learning technology specialist with the Teaching and Learning Centre. She provides technical and pedagogical support to faculty members and instructors and develops programming for the TLC’s Learning Technology team. She has a PhD in education from SFU, and her doctoral research was concerned with online learning design, games and simulations for education, and life-long learning. She has published and presented nationally and internationally.