Exploring Distance, Blended, and Face-to-Face Course Formats in Secondary and Post-Graduate Education
Best Practices, Advantages, and Disadvantages that All Formats Must Consider
Distance learning has grown in popularity in recent years. Now, as a result of COVID-19, schools across the globe are scrambling to take their programs online to continue educating their students. Regardless if your program is normally online or is temporarily remote, the rise in online learning is undeniable. Social work and counselor education programs are no exception to this pattern.
To stay competitive and attract students, social work and counselor education programs with all types of course formats would do well to learn from what each delivery method does well.
An Overview of Distance, Blended, vs. Face-to-Face Learning Experiences
You Need a Way to Communicate
You Need the Ability to Collect Feedback
You Need a Way to Stay on Track
You Need a Way for Everyone to Stay Engaged
You Need Flexible Tools That Are Easy to Use, Accessible, and Secure
Find the Right Tools to Manage Your Format’s Complexity
Expedited Onboarding for 2020
While we’re all figuring out next steps because of COVID-19, Tevera is offering expedited onboarding and waiving onboarding fees for programs that sign up before the end of Spring Semester 2020.