Teaching

The Art of Hybrid Learning (TEA102)


Description
More than ever, learning takes place anytime and anywhere, in all kinds of environments. Schools are expected to successfully operate in hybrid arrangements and therefore, teachers need to understand and be able to implement the best pedagogical practices of hybrid and remote teaching.

What you’ll learn:
✔️ Understand the key factors behind successful hybrid teaching and learning
✔️ Understand the importance of digital wellbeing in a modern school environment
✔️ Recognize some research-based evidence for the pedagogical practices in hybrid learning
✔️ Embrace the idea of digital- and holistic wellbeing in hybrid learning environments
✔️ Summarize different elements of learning environments and student participation
✔️ Identify and implement the best pedagogical hybrid practices for you, your classroom, and your school

This course includes:
✅ 16 on-demand videos (Total watch time: 1 hour)
✅ 5 research papers
✅ 5 downloadable resources
✅ Assignments
✅ Reflective Learning Journal
✅ Discussion forum with other global learners
✅ Self-paced course progression, with 3 months of access time
✅ Certificate of completion from Finland

Learner testimonial:

"I learned new ways on how to successfully implement the Hybrid Learning Model in my classes. I discovered and identified ways I could ensure digital safety and digital well-being with my students. The articles and videos were extremely informative and helped me identify and evaluate practical ways in which I could use the Hybrid Model successfully." Learner, Bahrain

Content
  • Welcome!
  • 1. Building sustainability and readiness (4,5H)
  • Introduction to Section 1
  • Unit 1, Part 1: Clarifying the Conceptions of Learning and Our Values
  • Unit 1, Part 2: Exercise: The Values That Guide You as a Teacher
  • Unit 1, Part 3: Workbook: Building the Foundation and Developing New Practices
  • Unit 2: Introduction to the Concept of Learning Environments
  • 2. Best practices of Hybrid and remote learning (3,5H)
  • Introduction to Section 2
  • Unit 1, Part 1: Introduction to Hybrid Learning
  • Unit 1, Part 2: Hybrid Learning: Rotation Model
  • Unit 1, Part 3: Hybrid Learning: Other Models and Implementation
  • Unit 2, Part 1: Managing the Change: Local Issues, Materials and Assessment
  • Unit 2, Part 2: Focusing on Student Support, Skills and Home-School Cooperation
  • Unit 3, Part 1: Introduction to Student Participation and Ownership of Learning
  • Unit 3, Part 2: Student Participation and Ownership of Learning Toolkit
  • Unit 4, Part 1: Online Teaching: Tips, Techniques and Best Practices
  • Unit 4, Part 2: Online Teaching: Tips, Techniques and Best Practices
  • Join the Discussion on Hybrid Learning
  • 3. A scientific look at digitalization in the school environment (3,5H)
  • Introduction to Section 3
  • Unit 1: HyperDocs: Transformative Instruction or Old Wine in New Skins?
  • Unit 2: Digital Home-School Communication and Teacher Wellbeing
  • Unit 3: Relations Between Digital Engagement and School Engagement
  • Unit 4: Networking, Games, Makers Culture and Digital Fabrication
  • A Mindful Conclusion
  • 4. Digital wellbeing (3H)
  • Digital Wellbeing Journal
  • Introduction to Section 4
  • Unit 1: Digital Wellbeing in a School Context
  • Unit 2, part 1: Digital Wellbeing for Teachers
  • Unit 2, part 2: Mindful Mobiles Mindfulness Activity
  • Unit 2, part 3: NNS Working from Home Tips
  • Unit 3: Digital Wellbeing for Students
  • Unit 4: The Rise and Fall (?) of the Digital Natives Article
  • Final Video and Next Steps
  • 5. EVALUATION (0,5H)
  • Course Summary
  • Course Evaluation
  • Course Feedback
  • Thank You
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever