Blended learning refers to teaching modalities that integrate synchronous class sessions with substantial asynchronous online learning activities. Flipped, hybrid, remote and mixed-mode teaching all fit under the umbrella of "blended." These approaches intentionally meld real-time learning and anytime learning. This site provides resources to get you started or to level up your knowledge and skills in blended course design and pedagogy. For personalized support, set up a consultation with CTL.
Ashlee M. C. Foster, MSEd | Instructional Design Specialist | Oregon State University Ecampus This is the final installment of a three-part series on project-based learning. The first two articles, Architecture for Authenticity and Mindful Design, explore the foundational elements of project-based learning. This article shifts our attention to generating practical application ideas for your… Continue reading →
Research and strategies for implementing gratitude interventions in higher-education. Every November for the past few years, my family takes a small uncarved pumpkin (leftover from Halloween), and we use it as a canvas. Every night after dinner we each write a word or phrase naming something we are thankful for that day. We have only… Continue reading →