The Blended Teacher Academy (BTA) is designed for instructors who are teaching blended (or hybrid) courses, as well as for those who are planning to transition their on-ground course to a blended format. The academy is not intended for those developing fully-online courses. BTA will consist of six sequential learning modules which are delivered in 1-hour sessions (30 lecture/30 lab) that can be completed over the course of two weeks. Participants must complete all six sessions, pass a comprehensive exam with 80% or better, and demonstrate competency in the development of a blended Canvas course that exhibits best practices in order to graduate. Those who graduate from BTA will earn a Certificate to be displayed in their tenure portfolios.

Participants in BTA will be part of a cohort. Minimum registration for a BTA Cohort to meet is four.

Facilitator: Dr. Nicole House

All sessions to be held in Bailey Hall, RM 114. Space is limited, so register quickly when sessions become available.

Dates September 15-17, 3:30pm-4:30pm September 22-24, 3:30pm-4:30pm

Session 1Introduction to Blended Learning
September 15, 3:30pm

Session 2 – Unlocking Course Potential with Benchmarks & Best Practices
September 16, 3:30pm

Session 3 – Using Canvas Tools to Foster Student Engagement
September 17, 3:30pm

Session 4 – Aligning Technology & Course Wikis with Course Objectives
September 22, 3:30pm

Session 5Adding Value with Assessments & Personalized Learning Objects
September 23, 3:30pm

Session 6 – Incorporating Self-Evaluation with Quality Standards
September 24, 3:30pm


Please complete the form below to register.