Course Description

Shift to the Remote Learning Environment and Transition Back to the Traditional Classroom in a Blended Learning Environment

Research has shown transition to a remote learning environment and back to a traditional classroom in a blended learning environment can be a challenge for educators of all levels and subject areas. In this course you will develop a deep understanding of how to transition to a remote learning environment and then back to a traditional classroom, but in a blended environment. Through digital media, online applications, activities, projects, research, readings, videos, and discussions, you will determine how you will make the transitions that best fit your students and your needs in both of the learning environments.

Learner Outcomes

  • Transition to the remote learning environment
  • Describe, show, and establish daily routines in remote and blended environments
  • Implement best practices in remote and blended learning environments
  • Establish consistent student communication and engagement in the remote and blended learning environments
  • Describe and show the difference between synchronous and asynchronous remote sessions
  • Create and implement learning and individual checkpoints in the remote and blended learning environments
  • Create and implement summative and formative assessments in the remote environment
  • Implement, provide and identify feedback in the remote environment
  • Use data to create lessons in the remote and blended environments
  • Transition from the remote learning environment to a blended learning environment

Course Details

Number of Units:  3.0 graduate level extension credit(s) in semester hours

Who Should Attend:  This course provides continuing education for teachers K-12 and higher education of any subject who find themselves wanting to make these transitions easier and less interruptive to student learning.

Course Materials:  No text requirement.  Students will need access to Zoom, Kami, Screen Cast-O-Matic, GSuites, Edmodo, Khan Academy, Quill, Mentimeter, and/or Remind accounts by creating new accounts or already have prior access. Students will need access to Microsoft Office, PDF viewer, YouTube, TeacherTube and StudentTube.  Assignments will be differentiated due to what programs student has access to, grade levels and subjects taught.

Technical Requirements




"My experience with the course was fantastic. The course was easy to follow and I like how the modules flowed. My instructor was very knowledgeable, positive and provided immediate feedback for each assignment. I am using my knowledge from the course in my profession. " -- Kineiko Woodson, Educator, Fort Bragg Schools, Fort Bragg, California

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Course Format
Course Fee(s)
EDU PD - $489 credit (3 units) $489.00
Available for Extension Credit
3 units
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