Proposal Abstract

The session will present issues and results from the implementation of a blended instruction model at the authors' institution. The blended instruction model involves coming together as a class less often and encourages student learning by making them more responsible for their learning outside of the classroom. In addition to describing the authors' home institution, this presentation will have three objectives: (1) Describe the blended instructional model (What is Blended learning and what does it look like?), (2) Present student evaluations. (What have students said about taking a course like this?), and (3) Present quantitative comparisons between blended and traditional courses. (How well do students do in blended courses as compared to traditional courses?)

Location

Room 2904

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

 
Mar 9th, 10:00 AM Mar 9th, 10:45 AM

Implementing a Blended Model of Mathematics Instruction – Issues and Outcomes

Room 2904

The session will present issues and results from the implementation of a blended instruction model at the authors' institution. The blended instruction model involves coming together as a class less often and encourages student learning by making them more responsible for their learning outside of the classroom. In addition to describing the authors' home institution, this presentation will have three objectives: (1) Describe the blended instructional model (What is Blended learning and what does it look like?), (2) Present student evaluations. (What have students said about taking a course like this?), and (3) Present quantitative comparisons between blended and traditional courses. (How well do students do in blended courses as compared to traditional courses?)