May 7, 2019
Instructor: Dr. Rebecca Sutherns
When done well, blending virtual and in-person delivery has the potential to enhance accessibility and depth of understanding.
Done poorly, it can undermine effective learning.
In this session, Dr. Rebecca Sutherns, founder and Principal of Sage Solutions, will look to three recent case studies from her practice – examples drawn from urban policy making, rural community engagement and a post-secondary professional learning context – to explore:
- Various designs and settings for blended learning;
- Specific ways that in-person and virtual delivery can be mutually reinforcing;
- Elements that increase the likelihood of success; and
- Factors that threaten to undermine the effectiveness of blended learning.
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