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Hybrid: Instructional Strategies to Engage and Inspire Students | Learners Edge

Hybrid: Instructional Strategies to Engage and Inspire Students
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Our Hybrid/Blended Learning courses keep you actively engaged in a live, synchronous learning environment! Complete online course requirements + attend one 2-hour Zoom session with bonus content and you're on your way!

Revitalize your instructional strategies with this course designed to engage and inspire students! From Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the arts, both experienced and new teachers will explore ways to incorporate fresh ideas into instructional design and lessons. Investigate implicit biases and uncover how they trickle into teaching, and reimagine ways of approaching tried-and-true activities like Bell Ringers, Exit Tickets, and questioning. Grab a cup of coffee and share your best instructional ideas with a colleague to discuss new-to-you practices during the synchronous portion of the course. This experience will leave you feeling invigorated and ready-to-refresh the way you start and end classes using updated strategies that engage students. Attendance in one synchronous session is required.

Step 1: Register for the course.

Step 2: Log-in to the online environment and register for your preferred synchronous session from the list of available dates.

Step 3: Complete the asynchronous components of the course at your own pace. Attend the live 2-hour session on your selected date.

Available Synchronous Session Dates:

6:30-8:30 PM Central Time

May 14, 2024
June 18, 2024
Register for two or more courses to take advantage of our multi-course discount!
Promo codes and group discounts do not apply to this course.
Summer 2024
Registration Open: Dec 16, 2023 - Jul 15, 2024
Coursework Due: Aug 15, 2024
This course does not have a textbook
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