This article shares 27 practical tips to create or
strengthen blended learning practices. The tips are divided into three areas:
This article overviews the
benefits and trends of blended learning in five key area impacting learners. These
include increasing learner engagement; addressing different learning styles;
tracking learner progress; gathering helpful feedback; and making learning fun.
ProLiteracy is a national network supporting adult literacy
programming in the USA. In this blog post, ProLiteracy shares some of the
results of a national survey of adult literacy providers regarding their use of
blended learning. Over 500 people responded to this survey.
Results shared in this blog post focus on the challenges and
barriers faced in implementing blended learning in adult education programs.
In this recorded webinar the presenter overviews seven potential
models for delivering blended learning on ZOOM. The presenter discusses the challenges
of implementing each model and the strategies that can help. The presenter also
shares various tools to enhance the learning experience on ZOOM and ways to facilitate
student inclusion and engagement. While the models, challenges and strategies
shared are designed for the ZOOM platform, many of the ideas and tips are
relevant to most other online learning platforms as well.
The mission of the International Association for Blended
Learning (IABL) is to promote excellence in teaching, training, and research in
blended learning. To support this mission, the IABL has created this
informative website full of information related to blended learning. Their
website is updated regularly and includes the following topic areas: recorded
webinars, news, videos, resources, presentations and more.
This guide to blended learning is intended for teachers and
administrators of adult basic education. It is designed to help educators understand
how blended learning can enhance learning in their adult education programs. This
guide offers as a step-by-step road map for efficiently implementing or
augmenting a blended learning.
Topics covered include:
Results shared in this blog post include the following:
The content in this updated edition of the IDEAL Distance
Education and Blended Learning Handbook shares strategies and resources to help
programs implement blended learning.
Information shared included the following topics:
This practical webinar is designed to share tips and
strategies for what to include in blended learning environments. Resources for
recruiting and engaging adult students and a toolkit for creating a
student-friendly blended classroom are shared. As well, strategies for
implementing blended learning programming in one-to-one, small group and larger
classroom environments are discussed.
This blog post discusses the first steps to getting started
with blended learning and also provides links to resources that will help you implement
or improve your use of blended learning. The article asks seven key questions to
help you assess your goals, technology needs and readiness to implement blended
learning in your adult literacy program.
This article also links to a free downloadable guide that
more fully supports adult literacy educators to explore blended learning.