The CDLI Blended Flow Toolkit helps you achieve the right "flow" between online and classroom sessions in blended/hybrid courses. The toolkit presents an inquiry-based progression that's flexible enough to help you design entire modules, or just one transition between online and classroom learning. Ideas for activities and assessments are provided at each stage of student inquiry. In addition, there are tool ideas to help you think about how to accomplish each activity online and in the classroom.
We are happy to sit down with you and walk through the toolkit or feel free to peruse these resources on your own and let us know if you have any questions. Just contact Mafil Fabroquez at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a consultation or find answers to your questions.
Documentation of the process and goals of this project has been published as an EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Brief.
The Blended Flow Toolkit was highlighted in the 2019 Horizon Report, which is the definitive survey of technology trends in higher education.