November 6, 2017 – December 17, 2017
100% Online
$425 (+ $60 registration fee)
Six weeks
1.8 continuing education units

This online course examines the research related to hybrid course design and models that enable engaging, interactive, and student-centered learning environments. The course will allow you to learn theoretical applications, as well as ideas and tips for planning a hybrid and blended course.

You will be introduced to ways in which you can design a hybrid and blended course that will engage the learner, as well as strategies and ideas for implementing hybrid and blended learning in your course design.

  • Apply hybrid and blended course design models as it relates to learning today’s learner
  • Analyze research and theory and its application to hybrid and blended course design
  • Evaluate hybrid and blended course design model development to engage learners 
  • Sunddip Aguilar

    Sunddip Aguilar has been in the field of education for over 15+ years. She has taught students in a variety of educational settings, including on-ground and online in K to 12, Masters and doctoral learning environments. Sunddip is also a published author and trains teachers in various areas of teacher training. You can check this out at . Currently, Sunddip is developing various courses online in different learning management systems and her favorite digital tools are using blogs and social media to help students continue to be successful in their learning goals.

    Her educational background includes a Bachelors in Biology and Education from Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, Canada. She then went on to obtain her Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction and Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of Phoenix, AZ.