Blended Learning Toolkit

A resource for designing blended learning resources


There are a number of ways of differentiating content for students in this format. One method would be to look at the "Lessons" function rather than Books. This allows for questions to be asked and the path followed by students to vary (this can get quite complicated quite soon though).

A great method introduced to a few of us by a colleague, Sam Vaughan (Physical Activity Clinic Manager) is to make use of Google Slides and their interactive hyperlinks. There's an example below which links to other pages in the slides. Hidden in the slides you'll also see a link that shows how we can connect to another page in this book.

This could be used in a number of ways; differentiating levels but also sub-topics and maybe the introducing a "how long have you got to learn"...1 min, 10min, 30min options.