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Design model for development of blended courses

How to design a hybrid course

The key to a successful hybrid course is planning and good design. Find resources that walk you through the backward design process that aligns activities and assessments with desired course outcomes.

Blended/Hybrid Backward Design Model

The key to a successful course is planning and good design. The steps represented in this course are based on the backward design model developed by Wiggins and McTighe in their book Understanding by Design (Wiggins and McTighe 13-21). In this model, one begins with the identification of desired outcomes and moves through a process of designing engaging activities and assessments which support those outcomes. In his book Creating Significant Learning Experiences, L. Dee Fink presents a modified version of this approach which he refers to as the Integrated Course Design Model (Fink 74-75). We have modified this model slightly for the sake of simplicity.


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1How to design a hybrid course1042062022-10-286379
2Backward Design Step 1: Identify Situational Factors1068462022-10-281996
3Backward Design Step 9: Evaluate Your Course1074002023-01-251785
4Backward Design Step 7: Integrate Course Elements1033752022-10-281657
5Backward Design Step 6: Select Learning Activities For Your Course1046642022-10-281653
6Backward Design Step 8: Debug Your Course1074502022-10-281431
7Backward Design Step 2: Identify Course Outcomes1054952022-10-281367
8Backward Design Step 4: Identify Unit Objectives1041782022-10-281315
9Backward Design Step 5: Identify Evidence of Understanding1041772022-10-281311
10Backward Design Step 3: Define Course Structure1036672022-10-281247
11Learning Pathway Handout1193862022-10-28405
12Hybrid instruction bibliography1211892022-10-28259


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