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15 - 16 June, 2016
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

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Articles

10 Essential Tips to Build a Better Blended Learning Environment

The question is no longer to blend or not to blend, instead, educators should be asking, how do you design an effective blended learning strategy? To answer this question, we have prepared ten essential tips to building a better blended learning environment. Download this article to learn more.

Better Teaching Better Learning: Monash University’s Blended Learning Transformation

Monash is a research-intensive, internationally focused university with approximately 65,000 students. Providing students with greater flexibility in the way they learn has become a key priority and the institution's “Better Teaching, Better Learning Agenda” has been established to align faculty mindsets with blended learning principles. In this article, Professor Darrell Evans, Vice-Provost (Learning and Teaching) at Monash University, discusses how educators are addressing curriculum design to provide students with a dynamic and flexible learning experience.

Flip the Classroom with Learning Analytics

Flipping the classroom has become one of the main buzzwords in teaching today, however the key question is how to implement this new teaching method effectively? To answer this question, Dr Abelardo Pardo, Senior Lecturer at Sydney University suggests that learning analytics provide the solution, by helping educators understand the level of student engagement and understanding, allowing them to better tailor classes to individual students needs. Click to link to download.

Presentations

Tools and Strategies for Implementing Distance Learning and Teaching

In this presentation, Dr Sarah Stein, Director of Distance Learning at University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand describes how distance learning can be strategically incorporated into faculties and support a blended learning environment.

Measuring the Impact and Effectiveness of Digital Technologies on Teaching and Learning

In this presentation Cathy Gunn, Associate Professor at the University of Auckland NZ, outlines which methods can be used to measure impact of digital technologies on teaching and learning.

Mobile is the New Blend: Personalisation & Authenticity

In this presentation, Professor Gilly Salmon, Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Western Australia, explains how technology has become a key enabler for different learning channels.