9 – Weaving

9 – Weaving…

Weaving it All Together

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About this chapter

nortriptyline cost Chapter 9, Weaving It Together focuses on deliberate interweaving of onsite and online activities as teachers build out the course’s lesson patterns, home page, and syllabus.

From the guide…

To Do

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clarityn uk At this point you should have at least one lesson planned out (goals, outcomes, assessments, activities) using the course design map template. This chapter will help you use your plan to build out a lesson prototype within your LMS or course web site.

Resources

buy eriacta 100mg For a list of LMSs and platforms for building course web sites, see Tools and Platforms

References & Readings

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Chapter 10: Ongoing Improvements of the Blended Course

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