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BLENDED LEARNING PRACTICE
A MOOC from the Commonwealth of Learning in partnership with Athabasca University.
BLP begins 16 January 2022 - register now.
A MOOC FOR BLENDED LEARNING PRACTICE
The intermediate-level Blended Learning Practice massive open online course (MOOC) is an introduction to blending technology and distance education teaching strategies with traditional, in-person classroom activities. This free, 4-week course provided by the Commonwealth of Learning in partnership with Athabasca University is open to teachers and other educational professionals considering implementing blended learning practice into their own classrooms or programs.


REGISTRATION FOR BLP IS NOW OPEN

Click below to register in the Blended Learning Practice MOOC for our 16 January to 12 February 2022 offering.




BLP AT A GLANCE

Schedule16 January to 12 February 2022 (4 weeks)
Registrationopen until 12 February 2022
Intended audienceHigher education, K-12, and vocational teachers and other educational professionals from the Commonwealth and around the world
LanguageEnglish
Expected workload5 hours per week (20 hours total)
Challenge levelIntermediate
Pre-requisitesNone
CertificationCertificates of Participation and Completion available (at no charge)




THE GUIDE TO BLENDED LEARNING

BLP MOOC will also introduce you to the Guide to Blended Learning, a free, open access guidebook authored by the course instructors and published by the Commonwealth of Learning. The Guidebook covers the full range of considerations for implementing blended learning, from initial conceptual and planning concerns, through the development and structuring of learning activities, and evaluation of blended courses and programs. The Guidebook provides the foundation for this course.

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