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Advance HE Teaching & Learning Conference 2018: Student engagement with active blended learning (ABL): How to ensure the dog doesn’t eat their homework

This workshop aims to explore strategies to engage students with ABL. A key feature of ABL is the expectation for students to undertake work outside of class and be actively involved in face-to-face and online learning. Despite a wealth of pedagogical theory and research supporting this approach anxieties about student non-engagement remain. During the workshop participants will review examples of ABL activities and discuss features that may promote or discourage engagement. The emphasis will be on looking at things from the learners’ perspective and using participants’ own experiences as learners to identify good practice in ABL design.

Room 564_SP2.6_Rachel Maunder.pdf
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