Blended Learning

What is Blended Learning?

As its name suggests, blended learning combines in-person and online curriculum, offering a true "blend" of the two.

COVID-19 Remote Resources 

Here are resources that will help and guide you to become online ready. These resources will ensure you are able to continue delivering Teaching Learning and Assessment in the event of a lockdown

Remote Delivery

 

Naming Classrooms

All staff are responsible for creating and maintaining individual Google Classrooms.

Expectations 

In the event of a college closure, all BDC staff will be expected to continue working from home remotely to provide both online learning resources and to provide guidance and feedback to learners to support continued learning.

Educators will be responsible for managing and monitoring learning via their Google Classroom and Etracker.

This will be monitored by CTL’s/CM’s and Heads of Department and they will ensure that:

· All  remote learning is planned and  facilitated 

· All remote learning is monitored and managed via Google Classroom

· Support & feedback is clearly provided via Google classroom

Blended Learning Framework

The Blended Learning Framework

Support and resource materials  CPD

Click the area below that you would like to explore and develop within your own practice

What you will need as a facilitator to deliver remotely online

  • Access to the internet 

  • Use of a device (smart phone / tablet / Chromebook / laptop / desktop 

  • Login details

  • Access to Google Classroom 

FAQs 

Remote Desktop

Why can't my learners log into Microsoft Teams?


Students do not have a Microsoft account and therefore they can't use Microsoft Teams.
We recommend using Google Meet for video calls because all students AND staff have Google accounts with the college.





Microsoft Teams

Why can't my learners log into Microsoft Teams?


Students do not have a Microsoft account and therefore they can't use Microsoft Teams.
We recommend using Google Meet for video calls because all students AND staff have Google accounts with the college.





Google Classroom

Why can't my learners log into Microsoft Teams?


Students do not have a Microsoft account and therefore they can't use Microsoft Teams.
We recommend using Google Meet for video calls because all students AND staff have Google accounts with the college.