WELCOME TO THE BLENDED LEARNING TOOLKIT
The Oxford dictionary defines the word toolkit as “a personal set of resources, abilities, or skills.” The Blended Learning Toolkit – created by the Blended Learning Fellowship Program – helps instructors new to blended learning develop the necessary skills by providing information about blended learning; highlighting examples and stories of those who are currently integrating blended learning practices into their instruction; providing tutorials and resources for getting started; and building community around blended learning at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
INVITATION TO BLENDED LEARNING COMMUNITY EVENT:
Join us for ELI Online Event | “The Active Learning Classroom: Directions and Impacts,” where expert presenters will engage with participants around many of the important aspects of the 21st-century learning space, such as:
- What is the best research telling us about the effectiveness of these resources?
- What teaching challenges and opportunities are common to these spaces?
- What kinds of impact analysis can we do at our institutions to best inform stakeholders and faculty.
DATE: November 28, 2017
LOCATION: 302 Middleton Building
TIME: 11:00am – 3:00pm (Feel free to come and go at any time)
NOTE: Lunch is not provided, Bring your own lunch, please.