3 tips to blend your education

In order to activate students, to reach their higher cognitive levels and to reduce time investment from teachers, increasingly more teachers use online tools next to live classes and lectures. There is a large variety of ingredients for a blended course: different types of e-learning and e-training, online assessments, lectures, tutorials, group discussions, slots for questions… And it’s up to you as a teacher to chuck the right ingredients and the right amounts in the metaphorical blender so that the learning goals of the course are reached. But be careful: if you put too much kiwi and too little banana in your smoothie, the result can be disappointing. Avoid a blended course with a sharp aftertaste with these 3 tips.

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