International Journal of Sports, Health and Physical Education
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 2
Application of best practices in blended and online learning in a public health course
Amar Kanekar, Bennie Prince
The purpose of this review is twofold to investigate the literature for best practices for online blended learning format in higher education institutions and examine a graduate public health course that was national peer reviewed and received Quality Matters (QM) recognition. This narrative review supported positive influences of implementing QM standards for best practices in a blended learning format. The instructional design of blended learning and assessing student learning in the course shows greater promise when QM and best practices are used.