Blend@UW is offering one-week sessions in May, June and August to provide instructors with the knowledge and peer support necessary to design blended courses that foster deeper, more active learning.
The benefits of blended learning extend to students, instructors and the entire university.
A recent Blend@UW participant noted that “By blending, I have carved out time to work with my students to understand how I want them to think about the material, and we have meaningful discussions wherein they’re creating their own understanding [of the content].”
Apply by May 5 for one of these week-long sessions:
- Session 1: May 15-19, 8:30am-12:00pm, 122 Ingraham Hall
- Session 2: June 5-9, 8:30am-12:00pm, 122 Ingraham Hall
- Session 3: August 21-25, 8:300am-12:00pm, 122 Ingraham Hall
As a participant of Blend@UW, you will:
- Develop a course map that includes activities, delivery format, and assessment models
- Be introduced to technologies that can help your students reach your course goals
- Develop a plan to evaluate your course once the blended learning changes are integrated
Looking for more opportunities to explore smarter, better ways to engage our students in an active, forward-thinking Wisconsin Experience? Check out Active Teaching Lab or DoIT Academic Technology’s full calendar of events.This entry was posted in Teaching & Advising by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.