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Sarah Birchley
Blended Learning: What can it do for you?
If you're looking for ways to help make homework easier to access and mark, keep a clear track of students' progress and deal with mixed abilities more effectively, then our online presentation will show you how. This session delivered by Sarah Birchley will look at the benefits that blended learning can bring for students and teachers alike. Sarah will draw on examples from online course component MyEnglishLab used with general English course English in Common.

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Rob Dean
We all get it wrong sometimes: Blended learning approaches to error correction
Getting it wrong is an important part of learning, and responding to errors is a vital area to which we must give careful consideration. How, what, when, and who should we correct? Beyond these pedagogical issues, there are logistical considerations too, such as the time it can take, and maximising the effectiveness of what we do. Join Rob Dean in his new online presentation which attempts to answer these questions and includes a look at 21st century solutions offered by a blended learning approach to error correction. He will use examples from Pearson's complete blended learning solution MyEnglishLab.

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