Blended learning is an approach where educators leverage technology and digital access for learners to create, communicate, collaborate and apply critical thinking skills to construct knowledge in a connected world.
Under More you will find resources to learn more about blended learning:
- Presentations – links to two webinars about the position paper and an introduction to blended learning.
- The Blended Learning Field Guide – a link to a reflective practice tool about blended learning on models and approaches.
- The Blended Learning Toolbox – resources for applying a Blended Learning approach.
- The ProLiteracy Blended Learning Guide – and how it aligns with the AlphaPlus position paper.
and graphics to use in your training for staff and volunteers
- Graphics: Blended Learning Infographic and the 4Cs – an infographic about the 4Cs: Communicate, Collaborate, Create and think Critically
- Graphics: My Life as a Blended Learner – how we apply the 4Cs as lifelong learners
- Graphics: Definition – the definition from the position paper
- Graphics: Benefits – the four benefits of blended learning: Blended learning is supports self-confidence and self-reliance; encourages social connection and collaboration; provides flexibilities; and is helps manage systemic inequalities.
- Graphics: Principles – the three principles of blended learning: Blended learning is learner centred; relevant and useful; and is enhanced by a strong teaching presence.