If you were unfamiliar with L. Frank Baum’s Wizard of Oz and read a description of the elements of the story, you’d likely see a list something like the following:
- a haunted castle with flying monkeys, a poppy field
- a tornado in Kansas, a village populated by wee folk
- a forest of talking foul-tempered trees
- a cornfield with a sentient scarecrow
- and a yellow brick road (YBR for short).
Blended Learning Instructional Design,
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Blended learning, a once sufficient term, no longer describes the responsibility of our training programs. No live formal learning event will stand alone ever again. And tacking on additional “homework” after the lesson ends doesn’t count as blended learning. Our modern learners and organizations expect more.
How do we bring together all of the lessons, activities, and resources included in our modern learning instructional designs? More importantly, though, how do we bring these elements together in a way that clearly defines the program for our learners?
Jennifer Hofmann shared her solution during Training Magazine Network’s live online Masters Series. In the spirit of perpetual learning, this blog will detail her proven approach.
Modern Blended Learning,