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Blended Learning


Does anyone have experience of designing blended learning programmes? Please can you tell me a bit about your experience? What components did you include in the programme? How did you go about designing it? How did you evaluate it?

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  1. an example

    Step 1>

    Pre-reading and completion of questionnaires and exercises


    Step 2>

    Attending a workshop where their was a blend of:

    Discussion and exploration of the pre-reading

    Analysis of the questionnaires

    Experiential learning exercises

    Video and presentation input

    Commitment to action


    Step 3>

    Follow up via online meetings where there was

    A short amount of revision/test

    Everyone sharing what they had done since the workshop; what had worked and what had not worked and what were they intending to do next

    Step 4>

    Repeat step 3

    Designed in consultation with the client.  Biggest challenge was getting everyone to do the step 1 in time.  Everyone turned up to Step 2 quite happily.  There was a bit of reluctance about step 3/4 simply because the corporate culture previously was "Tick in the box if you went to the workshop", but persisted and then got massive results from steps 3&4 as it motivated them to put it into practice and then to share best practice and learn from each other.


    Evaluated by the results of the actions in Steps 3&4…….outcomes were too obvious for words as problems of three years standing were overcome in a matter of weeks.


    I hope that helps


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