Best Practices for Blended Learning supports language teachers and school managers in developing and running blended courses.
Authors Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett bring their years of experience to this ever-evolving and highly-complex field. They offer systematic guidance on the various technologies available to language teachers. They also introduce a framework to help you choose which of the many learning platforms available is suitable for your context and goals.
The handbook also contains a wealth of practical teaching ideas which blend traditional classroom input with online activities.
If you are a language teacher or teacher trainer looking to blend your classes, this resource offers the information and support that you need. It is also ideal if you are an academic manager looking to improve learning outcomes in your institution.
This title is part of Pavilion ELT’s Teaching English series.
Best Practices in Blended Learning is ideal for ELT teachers of varying experience levels.
This comprehensive handbook provides new teachers with much-needed support, but also offers inspiration for experienced teachers and teacher trainers with lots of new ideas and checklists to develop your skills further.
Publication: 30 March 2018
Section 1: Blended Learning in language teaching
1. What is Blended Learning?
2. A brief history of Blended Learning
5. Why run a Blended Learning course?
7. Success factors
8. A framework for creating a Blended Learning course
9. Platform options
10. Blended Learning in action
Section 2: Practical ideas
1. Starting a BL course
8. Games and projects
9. Testing and assessment
10. Finishing a BL course
Section 3: Resources
1. Blended Learning and the future
2. Evaluating technology: hardware and software
3. Tips for teacher trainers
4. Learning more about Blended Learning
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