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Blended Learning

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A combination of in-person and online sessions

Blended Learning

Blended Format

The following programs have Blended Learning courses available:

What is a blended course?

?Blended courses consists of a combination of in-person and online sessions. To find out when the in-person meetings are:

  1. Click on the course name in the program of interest
  2. Select the blended format in the term you are interested in
  3. Under the Schedules section, read the notes section for more details on scheduling 
  • Teaching methods may include weekly readings, lecture, facilitated discussion boards, group and individual projects, assignments and quizzes.
  • You will be interacting with your classmates and your instructor each week either in-person, as per the schedule, or online. Refer to course schedule notes section for exact number of in-person sessions versus online sessions. In-person sessions will take place at McMaster Continuing Education.
  • You should expect to allocate approximately six to eight hours per week to complete your work, but you don't need to log on at a specific time.
  • A pre-course email with information on the course, course materials, etc. will be sent approximately 7 days before the course start date. 
  • Courses are made "live" in A2L 3 days prior to course start date. 

Considerations for Taking a Blended Course

  • You are good at keeping yourself on task to complete a project.
  • You are comfortable asking for clarification when needed, and expressing yourself in written form through email or a discussion board.
  • You are able to read the material (and the assignments) on your own and understand the concepts.
  • You are able to work independently, but you like to interact with others and have the opportunity to touch base in-person with your instructor and your peers to make sure you are on track.
  • You have a quiet place to complete your work. 
  • You are comfortable using technology.