Blended Learning in the Classroom

Integrating Blended Learning into your Classroom Practice
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Course Outline

Integrating Blended Learning into your Classroom Practice

Blended learning is an increasingly popular mode of education. It combines traditional teacher-led lessons with more student-focused practices and activities. It allows both synchronous and asynchronous learning, setting group and individual goals and, most importantly, it can produce excellent results. This course focuses on how to integrate blended learning into your own practices and how it can benefit and motivate your students.

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Course Content

Course Content

Learn about the most common models of blended learning
Discover blended learning platforms and digital learning tools
Analyze how to create learning plans and goals, for individuals and a group
Find out how to create digital review and assessment tasks
Focus on actual practices you can implement into your teaching
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Key Facts

Key Facts

Minimum level of English

B1 on the CEFR (Intermediate)

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Accommodation Options

Host Family and Apartment/Residence

Who is it for?

This course is for practicing high school teachers who are interested in learning more about blended learning.

Course Schedule