Join Innovate ’21: Blended Learning in Adult Education for a special presentation on strategies for sparking student engagement using content assignments in a blended learning environment!
Presenter: Jeannette Hoyt (Wright College)
Formal school environments and structured classes can be intimidating for adult education Bridge Program students, but blended learning classes, as originally envisioned, can help make their commitment easier.
How do we best present instruction through web conferencing and learning management systems to harvest this new enthusiasm for blended learning? One way is by sparking student engagement in both the asynchronous and synchronous components.
This presentation will offer successful best practices and strategies to encourage student interest and participation, not only in the synchronous sessions but especially in the asynchronous learning activities. These strategies and assignments include writing for science, exploring information competency and media bias, essaying as a daily activity, critical thinking for social studies, moving from personal to academic writing, researching, writing collaboratively in groups, reconciling conflicting opinions, and authentic assessments for careers
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