Blended Learning


These pages provide academic staff with guidance on blended learning methodologies to use when designing and delivering learning activities to students. They give you examples of effective ways that CCCU colleagues are using to support their students’ learning in a blended environment.

 

Generic blended learning guidance

Staff can find updated guidance from Learning & Teaching Enhancement to help them to plan and facilitate blended learning effectively. 

Find out more about the Blended Learning Principles here

blended practices

Ways in which staff might consider flipping the classroom and the tools that could be used to support those practices.

Find out more about the Blended Practices here

fully digital delivery guidance

This brief guide aims to support you if you are going to delivery your course or module/s in a fully digital (or “online”) manner.

Open up the Fully Digital Delivery Guidance here

 

live streaming guidance

Live streaming is the act of delivering face-to-face teaching to students in the physical classroom as well as simultaneously allowing those students who may be self-isolating to join digitally via Collaborate (or other technology).

Find out more about Live Streaming here

socially distanced l&t in the classroom

This 3-page guide helps staff to consider and develop a supportive approach to socially distancing in the classroom

Find out more about Socially Distancing in the Classroom

supporting students in self isolation

This guidance is intended for Course Directors, Module Leaders, teaching staff and Personal Academic Tutors (PATs), and provides useful sign-posting to the student guidance published on the student pages.

Find out more here about how to support students in self-isolation


 

case studies

Examples of how CCCU have responded to Blended Learning Design.

Read our case studies here

 

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Last edited: 28/06/2021 16:26:00