Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM: Concurrent Sessions
Theory to Practice
Synchronous Course Design for the Pandemic and Beyond: The role of flipped and blended courses
In this session, we will review established frameworks for flipped and blended course design that will allow faculty to develop quality courses (that contain synchronous components) during and after the pandemic.
Learning Objectives
identify the key issues related to flipped and blended learning
describe how to integrate synchronous and asynchronous components in a blended course
discuss the key QM Specific Review Standards related to blended courses
Intended Participants: Role
Instructional Designers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People new to the topic
Steven Crawford, District Director, Maricopa Center for Learning and Innovation, Maricopa Community Colleges
Steven has been involved in distance learning for over twenty years at multiple institutions as a technologist, instructional designer, and adjunct faculty. He has authored several articles and chapters on flipped teaching and blended learning. In addition, he is a QM Facilitator and Master Reviewer.