Roundtable: Design Solutions for Blended Undergraduate Courses

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Date/Time:Tuesday, 01 Apr 2014 from 12:10 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:1230 Communications Building
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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Our presentation will show how to implement successful blended course strategies, factors impacting design and decision points in the design and why they succeed. We will interactively engage in a discussion on early design failures and how to avoid them in your course. We will also show and share how to fully exploit online resources in a blended course.

While a universal answer to perennial questions of blended course design does not exist, the faculty, advisors, curriculum development teams, and instructional designers can all learn from strategies we have incorporated into a successful blended course. This event will introduce you to the concepts behind blended learning by exploring the links between theory, practice, and student engagement. Bring your brown bag lunch to this 15 minute presentation followed by active discussion.

Sponsored by the ISU Online Learning Innovation Hub (CELT)
Koray Celik, Postdoc Research Associate, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Pinar Arpaci, Doctoral Student, School of Education
Darshana Juvale, Instructional Development Specialist, Engineering-LAS Online

* The Blended Learning Brown-bag Roundtable is a monthly directed discussion and open-forum focused on blended learning practices and opportunities at Iowa State. Each forum will begin with a short presentation (15 min) followed by an open discussion. All are welcome and invited to bring a lunch.

Registration is optional