Digital Tools for Blended Learning

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Course details

‘Blended learning' in formal education and training is the term used to describe when a school, educator or student takes more than one approach to the learning process. It can be a blend of school site and other physical environments (companies, training centres, distance learning, outdoor, cultural sites, etc.) or blending different digital and non-digital learning tools.

This short course emphasizes on the latter. More specifically, it describes a blended learning model which consists of face-to-face and online learning instructions focusing on Web 2.0 technologies. 

  • Start date: 30 May
  • End date: 15 June
  • Workload: 8-10 hours

Target audience

Teachers of all school subjects from elementary to upper secondary levels.

Learning objectives

1. Support Learners:

  • Use technology to boost motivation and engage learners;
  • Help students use technology to support their learning both in and beyond the classroom;
  • Place learners' interests and experiences at the heart of the learning process.
2. Empower Teachers' Teaching:
  • Develop the skills you need to realize the potential benefits of technology;
  • Use technology more effectively, in ways best suited to your individual context and needs;
  • Learn to ask the right questions, consider your learning environment, and address the challenges and opportunities technology offers.
  • Offered by

    This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.

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    Schedule

    1. How this Course Works
    2. Introduction
    3. Module 1: I Learn Therefore I Am
    4. Module 2: I Get Empowered Therefore I Am
    5. Module 3: I Create Therefore I Am
    6. Module 4: I Integrate Therefore I Am
    7. Module 5: Submission and Peer Assessment - I Design Therefore I Am