Chatham University

Faculty Technology Webinar: Looking a Pedagogy in Blended Learning Design

March 18, 2013
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
JKM Library, ADavis (LCC2)

This session will present the findings from three studies examining blended best practices, pedagogical practices, and learner preparedness. There is indication that while alignment of course components through an integration of online and face-to-face components is a priority, in actuality courses are location-driven and typically based on pedagogical templates. Most reports advocate a learner-centered approach, yet the variation in approaches indicates that learners must be prepared to adapt to different course designs in ways that acknowledge underlying requirements of the blended format.

Presentation topics will include findings from all three studies and the patterns present and absent across these areas. The session will address mission directly by sharing a range of pedagogical strategies and best practices that are directly aligned with learner success through the axiomatic use of technology to support and facilitate learning.

Registration and Directions

Fee : Free
Location : JKM Library, ADavis (LCC2)


Event Contact Information
Lauren Panton
412-365-1767
lpanton@chatham.edu

Related Links
    • ELI Online Seminar - Looking for the Pedagogy in Blended Course Design