Blended learning – Did we forget about the students?
Wednesday, June 15
Driven by a pandemic, institutions at every level have made remarkable efforts to accelerate or implement blended learning programmes.
At the heart of these initiatives has always been the will to ensure students could continue their education.
But, as blended learning is not yet standard, is it time to ask if institutions are giving students the education they really need as they continue on their journey to provide a hybrid teaching model?
Recently, some students have expressed concern that a lack of in-person teaching has impacted their learning and wellbeing. Other students have expressed a reluctance to return to campuses and are insisting their universities offer online delivery.
Join our expert panel as we look at what blended learning means in 2022 and how universities can meet the needs of ever more diverse student expectations.
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Emilia Kruszewska - Account Executive, Class
Emilia works with educational institutions in the UK and Ireland and helps them navigate through the latest innovations within online and blended learning environments. She actively seeks out change, rather than waiting to adapt to change. She has previously worked at one of the universities in London, overseeing international admissions and business development.
Elizabeth Ellis - Head of the School of Digital Education, Arden University
With more than 10 years’ experience in the higher education sector, Elizabeth is passionate about engaging with students to scope, design, develop and evaluate the university’s digital learning and teaching materials and takes pride in ensuring the university is utilizing the very latest digital tools and platforms.
Samantha Ahern - Lead Technology Lead at University College London
Samantha Ahern is The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment Faculty Lead Technology Lead at University College London and Fellow of the University of London Centre for Distance Education. She is an educationalist and technologist, with experiences in both the secondary and higher education sectors, who best describes herself as an EdTech Womble. Professional and research interests include Critical Digital Pedagogy, Learning Analytics, ethics and the student experience. Samantha is a Fellow of the HEA.
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