Blended learning for large groups high impact approach

A high-impact approach is where you develop a blended module/programme from the outset or redesign a face-to-face module as a blended learning module to maximise the benefits of face-to-face and online delivery. When developing a high-impact blend with large groups of students think about how face-to-face and online environments can be most effectively used to deliver your content, to support interaction between students and staff and to provide regular feedback to students on their progress. The time requirement for implementing a high-impact approach is 6-12 months.

Considerations for a high-impact approach
Follow the University guidanceIf you are designing or redesigning a module or programme you will need to follow the University's guidance on programme development, amendments and approvals.
Get feedback from studentsIf you are making substantial changes to your module such as changing the number of face-to-face contact hours get feedback from your current students.
Decide how best to deliver your learning outcomesA high-impact approach starts with an exploration of your learning outcomes to decide how your outcomes can be best delivered and assessed.
Consider your assessment A high-impact approach is likely to include a change to assessment and it might also lead to a reduction in your face-to-face time. These changes will be subject to the Programme Amendments Policy.
Next stepsClick on the link below to what resources are available to support you? to find how you can use this resource to develop your high-impact approach and what other resources are available to support you.


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