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This webinar recording, made available by Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC), features Drs. Eva Toth and Michael Lesiecki discussing how institutions can utilize blended learning approaches to support student success. The presenters lay out the following objectives:

  • Develop a common understanding of blended learning terminology and technology
  • Explore how to develop blended approaches to instruction
  • Consider how to implement blended learning using active learning, such as inquiry based learning
  • Apply instructional design principles to blended learning

Blended learning is defined as "the thoughtful fusion of face-to-face and technology mediated learning experiences." Topics covered include: Basic Principle, Key Assumptions, Keys to Success with Blended Inquiry Learning, What is Inquiry Learning, Possible Structure for Blended Inquiry, and more. Examples of common classroom and laboratory activities are given throughout the presentation to distinguish between traditional and blended teaching styles. The webinar recording runs 01:15:24 minutes in length. Included with the webinar are presentation slides and a handout that features contact information for the presenters and additional resources.

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