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Two weeks are spent on this topic.

By the time you have explored the material and prepared some responses to the reflection exercise in your learning log you will hopefully have gained a clearer understanding of the meaning of the terms: open, distance, eLearning and blended learning. And you will have selected some strategies which suit your context and teaching situation. For example, if hands on learning is a priority, how will you introduce strategies so students can review what they did in class or participate if they are unable to physically attend the class. That is - how can you be flexible?

The highlights this week to look at are: the case study - a mind map (also called concept map) of some strategies for flexible learning by a previous participant (Helen). Plus the video of Helen's plan. Also Investigate the Gallery of Strategies on the Australian Flexible framework site.

There are also two videos from the teaching and learning seminar presentations: Peter Brook - Videoconferencing engagement or marriage - and Andy Thompson - Developing a quick rapport describing some innovative learning strategies.

All material is located on the course wiki page - Strategies for Flexible Learning.


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