The basic blended learning approach uses both online and face-to-face interaction for course content delivery. Blended learning combines the best of both worlds – online courses are accessible anytime and anywhere the Internet is available. Online courses allow students considerable flexibility, which most people need when balancing the many facets of their lives. Yet, face-to-face interaction is crucial in creating a community of learners.
LACOE’s Center for Distance and Online learning (CDOL) TEAL project specializes in building capacity, providing equitable access, and promoting sustainability for the delivery of high-quality curriculum and instruction utilizing a blended learning (in-person and online) approach. For more information on blended learning, check these specially curated resources.
Blended learning brings flexibility to the traditional classroom setting by weaving in the online component to extend beyond traditional methods of instruction.
This article explores the three important mindsets teachers need to cultivate for successful blended learning.
Frameworks for integrating education technology help teachers plan for how best to use digital tools in the classroom.
The TPACK Framework provides an infrastructure when considering blended learning.
This article examines the SAMR Model in blended technology integration.
This article explores different blended learning free technology tools.
The Center for Distance and Online Learning Unit is pleased to have provided hybrid TEAL professional learning and support opportunities over the last decade. As we continue this TEAL Journey with you, we would like to announce that TEAL is transitioning to a fully virtual professional learning model. Please take a moment to explore the TEAL virtual assets on the website that can support implementation through equitable asynchronous options.