How Faculty And Instructional Designers Can Work Together To Optimize Learning and Improve Learning Outcomes

More institutions of higher education are considering blended or hybrid instructional formats as growing evidence that blended learning significantly outperforms face-to-face classroom instruction. As a result, the need for instructional designers who understand the connection between learning science and designing high-quality online learning experiences is growing by the day.

When it comes to design, a digital course isn’t simply a digitized version of a traditional lecture course. An online course, particularly one being developed to support blended instruction needs to embed principles of learning science to produce the best student outcomes; this means having clear alignment between the intended learning objectives, activities, and assessments such that in-class and out-of-class curricula work together toward common learning objectives.

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