Teaching and Learning Strategies
Slides from a faculty workshop organized by the Central Pennsylvania Consortium, held at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. In this talk I discuss how to use findings from the NGLC grant-funded study of blended learning at 40 liberal arts colleges and related pedagogical and cognitive science research to develop effective blended courses. Some of the topics covered include the "testing effect," spacing learning learning over time, feedback, and metacognition.
Jennifer L. Spohrer. Slides from "Building a Better Blend: Research-Based Blended Course Design." Keynote address for Central Pennsylvania Consortium Faculty Workshop, Lancaster, PA, 9 November 2013.
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