Blended learning refers to learning as a result of a deliberate,
integrated combination of online and face-to-face learning
Blended teaching refers to designing and facilitating blended
Blended education is the formal context in which blended
teaching and learning take place, determined by policies and
conditions with regard to the organization and support of
blended teaching and learning.
Advantages of Blending
Power of both online and face-to-face
More eﬀective and eﬃcient
Is your course ready to be blended?
Plan your course design
Prepare and teach your course
Build your blended course
Teach your blended course
Evaluate and improve your course
Create an Assignment Rubric
Course Improvement Plan
Naomi Wahls is a Learning Developer and Continuing
Professional Development Coordinator at the Delft University of
Technology and the Hub Coordinator on topics related to
society, peace, justice, gender, equity for UNESCO Open
Education for a Better World.
She has an MA in Spanish and an MA in Information and
Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado Denver.
Naomi has worked in online higher education since 2006,
including supervising the CU Online Helpdesk, supporting
faculty and students. She created a Game Based Learning
course design for the Advanced Academic Achievement 109
online course for the Community College of Denver in 2012 and
again in 2014 when she designed and taught the ﬁrst online
Spanish course at the University of Colorado Denver.
ROSE - Signiﬁes a beneﬁt.
What is working well related
to blended learning?
How to participate
learning as a result of a deliberate, integrated combination of online
and face‐to‐face learning activities.
the design and facilitation of blended learning
the formal context that is determined by policies and
conditions with regard to the organization and support of blended
learning courses and programs.
Length: 10-15 minutes
Working from left to right:
identify Roses (beneﬁts)
identify Thorns (challenges) and
identify Buds (type of learning activity you want to focus on)
Consider when your students need to meet synchronously
R, T, B
can work at
of teaching =
every kind of
way of working
What are the benefits
of education for
diﬀerent aspects Flexibility,
the access to
THORN - Signiﬁes a challenge.
What's not working well or are
you concerned about?
BUD - Signiﬁes potential.
What's something that
interests you most that you
want to focus on in the future?
The art of actively choosing the ﬂow of
learning from in person to online and back
again by balancing the needs of the
learning activities and social learning.
What are the challenges
that you see?
What type of learning
activity from this slide
interests you most?
Grab more sticky
notes from here
if you need them
THEMES - Use these sticky
notes to identify patterns as you
group together similar stickies.
Potential better use of
student/teacher time -
making the best of each
for a learning activity
better use of
classroom time -
What do you expect from this course?
Tools and experiences
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Overview of tools used
in education |
The Advisory Committee Educational
Tooling has created an overview of all
the diﬀerent tools that are currently
being used in TU education. For each
tool, which are not all centrally procured
and supported, an advise on data
responsibility is provided.…