Some Blended Learning Tools for you to download
- Blended Learning Self-Assessment Tool
- Fifteen top tips guide for ensuring learners can make the transition from home schools to the classroom
Blended learning is the new pedagogy that none of us in education can ignore. In a nutshell blended learning is creating a learning culture that combines learning remotely with learning in the classroom. The last six months have been a time where many learners have learnt using technology, in isolation from their teacher and their peers. Teachers have also had to learn a whole new repertoire of strategies for ensuring learning takes place for individuals who are working in isolation and where the teacher has little control. We as CPD providers have also had to learn how to continue to provide CPD remotely and to offer answers for education as to how to teach in this new world.
We have produced a Blended Learning Self-Assessment Tool for schools to use to focus on how to continue to use a blended approach especially as some learners are still in isolation. This tool helps to define what is working well and your priorities for change.
The latest in our repertoire of live webinars is a course specifically designed to look at blended learning. We have now run this course several times either at prescribed times in the morning or as twilights or where schools have asked us to deliver it their whole teaching staff. Have a look at the course content below,
You may also be interested in our suite of inclusive off the shelf courses that you can buy to deliver at a time to suit the CPD timetable and calendar. One of these courses is called The Learning Room – a series of strategies linked to metacognition and thinking skills and looks especially at group working, independent learning, comprehension or reading for understanding and enquiry skills. All of which are essential skills in a world that will become increasingly reliant on a blended approach to learning. See the EEF research paper Metacognition and Self-regulation
We are delivering all of our courses as live webinars which are virtual face to face sessions for individuals to attend. They offer 4 hours of training split over two sessions with time for reflection in between. There is a personal presenter and a wealth of resources and materials sent physically and electronically. Find out more.
We cannot ignore the changes to our understanding of ourselves whether we are the teacher, the trainer or the learner. Learning has a new shape and we must not ignore the fact that for many it is unlikely that we will return to the past normal. Technology has been our salvation and we have all had to learn how to use it in more innovative ways.