Experts in blended and flexible education
Counseling - Curriculum design - Coaching - Realisation
What is Blended Learning?
In this video, 2BLearning partner Johan de Bruin explains the definition of Blended Learning and talks about the design model that 2Blearning uses for the realization of a perfect connection between the 3 learning environments: Online, Contact Education and the Professional Practice.
The model that 2Blearning uses is based on the model designed by Jos Franssen.
Bron: lectoral dress ‘Teaching, Learning & Technology: instrumentation of meaningful interactions’ (2015) van Jos Fransen.
[Language of the video is Dutch]
Towards flexible and blended education
What is the purpose of flexibility and how to make it concrete?
Recently, the concept of flexibility has become prominent, including related concepts such as learning pathways, custom courses, freedom of choice, acceleration, deceleration and differentiation.
Concrete translation of these concepts into daily practice and organisation of education is a challenging task.
This is a task which we can help you with. Together we can look at the goal of creating flexibility in your education, what types of flexibility are appropriate, and what the consequences are for your organization, didactic concepts and required technology.
Want to start blended learning as a teacher?
5 steps towards an adequate blended design
Quality and blended education starts with good design
Development of a powerful didactic learning program requires more than simply adding technology to existing education. Even with 'flipping the classroom' it is about the way in which you use technology for your goals.
Our didactic design model for blended learning guarantees a solid foundation. In 5 steps teachers can design their own education program.
Our didactic design model for blended learning guarantees a solid foundation.
In 5 steps teachers can design their own education program.
Consider a process coach!
The education vision is clear, the first experiences are positive and it is time for the next step.
Education innovations are extensive and complex processes in terms of team and organizational development, policy, quality and culture.
As a process supervisor, we can support this process in various ways.
Training for professionals
More effective with blended learning
Group training sessions away from the workplace. Two or three days and a return day, and then you've forgotten everything after two weeks!
Can it be done in a different way? Definitely. Combine online assignments at the workplace with group meetings. Use working practice as input.