This course will aim to provide new ways to help students become more involved in their own learning through incorporating what educators have developed through different innovations of integrating information.
emester Credits, ED 501
- Read, view, and discuss the different modes of blended learning
- Will experience the designing of personalized learning
- Will view and read about four basic student learning structures
- Learn the steps to implementing blended learning
Text: Horn, M & Staker, H. 2015, Blended: using disruptive innovation to improve schools
Requirements of Participation:
This Independent Study class is structured for five sessions of independent study. Reading the text, accessing the websites and videos, and personal research will aid in comprehending the shift in education toward a different way of accessing information.
Class assignments and activities are designed to enhance student education and develop their skills in research, critical analysis, and academic writing. An essay is required at the closing of the class.
Participants will complete the readings and independent activities described below to achieve the course objectives.