Blended learning looks slightly different at every school and in every class, but there are many common features. Three experts share what this approach looks like at their institution.
Greenwood hosted a Blended Learning Panel Discussion on February 4, 2014, featuring speakers from both the postsecondary and middle/high school levels:
- Dr. Brenda Ravenscroft, Associate Dean, Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen's University
- Paul Gries, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
- Heather Thomas, Vice-Principal, Student Learning, Greenwood College School
Over the next several weeks, we'll post video excerpts of the evening's discussions, broken up by topic. Each video provides not only insight from these experts on where blended learning is going, but concrete examples of what students can expect in a blended classroom at college and university.
Watch the first video below, and check back next week for the next installment!