No Instructional Designer? No Problem- Try This Basic Blended Course Design

Course design is an important part of using adaptive learning effectively, particularly in blended classes that bring together both online and in-class instruction. A course may contain valuable content and be led by expert faculty; but it takes deliberate instructional design based in cognitive research and learning science to ensure every student gets a personalized learning experience that will help them progress toward the course’s learning objectives.

Blended classes in particularly may require a more structured approach than in-person classes; instructors have to identify which elements will be taught face-to-face, what resources will be used in the online portions of the course, and what assessments will be issued online to test students’ mastery of skills.

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