Frappé, Latte, or Au Lait? Finding the Perfect Blend in Blended Learning

Tuesday, February 10 | 5:15PM–6:00PM | Pacific B, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development

Blended learning has quickly evolved to be one of the preferred models of instruction in higher education. This session will encourage audience participation and discuss some of the following questions regarding blended learning: What specialty blends of blended learning models exists, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each for your campus? What are the changing roles of students and faculty in blended learning? How and why is blended learning appealing to institutions? How should faculty development be addressing blended learning models? What pedagogical models support blended learning? What is the future direction of blended learning?

Presenters

  • Linda Futch

    Interim Director, Instructional Design, University of Central Florida
  • Patsy Moskal

    Director, RITE, University of Central Florida
  • Kelvin Thompson

    Executive Director, Center for Distributed Learning, University of Central Florida

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