Enriched Virtual Model of Blended Learning
Issued by Concordia University
Analyzes, evaluates, and develops learning experiences that follow the Enriched Virtual Model of blended learning [0.5]Additional Details
At least two lesson plans for use within an Enriched-Virtual Model classroom, including a brief description of the following: the primary goal for the initiative, the organization context, & internal stakeholders (students, teachers, administrators, parents, etc.) who may be asked to participate in and/or support this initiative.
The lesson plans also include: an identification and brief description of the blended learning model that will be included in this initiative; a description of at least three opportunities and/or affordances of this specific blended learning initiative; & a description of at least two potential challenges related to the approval or implementation of this initiative.
The lesson plans also include a detailed explanation of the blended learning environments (or environmental characteristics) that would best align with and support this initiative, addressing: the goals, available resources, the roles, responsibilities, skills, philosophies, and prior experiences of internal stakeholders (students, teachers, administrators, parents, etc.), & transparent alignment of the model(s) and environments; the goals, objectives, and outcomes associated with the lesson.
The lesson plans also include: a timeline including all content, activities, and assignments; all content or materials used within this lesson (or a brief description of any content that cannot be attached as evidence); all activities and assessments used within this lesson (or a brief description of any activities or assessments that cannot be attached as evidence); any instructor materials or resources that are required for the effective facilitation and assessment of this lesson.
A brief presentation, job aid, video, or infographic that could be used to help educators determine if the Enriched-Virtual Model would work well for their unique student populations & specific goals/outcomes. The artifact includes: a detailed description of the unique features & characteristics of this approach to blended learning, & a list of questions educators should ask to determine if the model will work well for their learners, specific course/unit goals, and organization.