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Diana Laurillard

Professor Diana Laurillard discusses issues relating to Blended Learning.

One of the experts that has done most to explore the practical implications of learning theory for teaching in Higher Education is University College London’s (UCL) Professor Diana Laurillard. In books such as (2002) Rethinking University Teaching: A Conversational Framework for the Effective Use of Learning Technologies and (2012) Teaching as a Design Science, Building Pedagogical Patterns for Learning and Technology, Diana explores the different ways in which students engage in learning and its consequences for educational design.

In this wide-ranging video, she interrogates issues related to both teaching and learning design and explores how HE teachers’ experiences during the pandemic might shape pedagogical practice in the future. Use ‘comments’ below to explain your own take on these issues.

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Blended and Hybrid Learning Design in Higher Education

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