Sunday, 14 January 2018
This learning community aims to share and foster good practice in blended learning across all disciplines within ECU and beyond. As a community of practitioners and developers, we aspire to work hand-in-hand in providing a collaborative (supportive, collegiate) forum and networking platform for sharing experience and identifying relevant resources.
Through our meetings, the group also assists as a sounding board for new ideas in best practice face-to-face, online and technology enhanced learning. Ultimately, the BL CLC aspires not only to help its members identify and understand what blended learning is, but (and as with the pinnacle of Bloom’s Taxonomy) to transition those in the Learning & Teaching sphere to the higher levels of analysing and evaluating their blended learning practices, then leading to knowledge creation and discovery guided by scholarly research in this area.
To attend the next BL CLC activity, please register (essential for catering purposes) through Staff Kiosk or the Staff Development Calendar Blended Learning CLC
Join the next meeting of the Blended Learning Learning Community (BL LC) to see examples of best practice face-to-face and online learning and teaching.
The BL CLC typically has 3-4 meetings over each year, with the following activities conducted to date:
If you have a blended learning strategy, approach or aspect of technology/app that you would like to share, please contact either of the coordinators: Yasir Al Abdeli (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Catherine Moore (email@example.com).
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