Intro to Designing Blended Courses

Part 1 of 2 in the Blended Learning PD Program

Putting Research into Practice

This course is designed to assist you with designing, developing, and creating a blended model that will extend learning opportunities for students. During the semester course we explore and examine the possibilities, implications, and challenges of teaching and learning in a blended environment. The course focuses on pedagogy and practical strategies for teaching and learning in a blended environment.

Dates: January 7, 2016 - April 23, 2016

Face-to-Face Class Meetings

Face-to-face class meetings will be held at <TBD> 8:00-3:30.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How long is the class?
    The 15-week blended course will meet face-to-face 4-5 times; the rest of the time you work on tasks - readings, discussions, activities - in our online classroom.
  2. When will we meet?
    We will meet on <enter days, dates, times> at <enter location>
  3. How long do the face-to-face classes last?
    8:00 - 3:30
  4. Can I get graduate credit?
    Yes, graduate credit will be available through Ashland University. Online registration will begin in December. You may be eligible to apply for tuition reimbursement or fee waivers through the district.
    PAC or CEU credit is also available.


My name is Cathryn Chellis, and I will be your instructor for the course.
12. Blended Learning: Implementation