Blended Course: Differentiating Instruction
In 2005, videoconferencing and Blackboard allowed teachers to share resources and work with experts from other sites. As an instructional tool, Videoconferencing enabled special education and technology coaches to help teachers design authentic contexts for classroom projects, interacting with the world outside. Online follow-up discussions through Blackboard allowed participants to communicate and share at their convenience, continuing the learning process between sessions.
I designed and co-presented "Differentiating Instruction with Technology" along with two trainers from a regional instructional support facility, specializing in differentiating instruction for students with special needs and integrating technology for instruction. This workshop was in 2004, before I learned about course design documents, so a range of artifacts are included.