When you organise a course of teaching, you can take Dee Fink's model as the basis for creating dynamic courses. To create coherence between the activities that take place face-to-face during the teaching and the activities that take place outside of the lessons, you ought to consider your composition of activities. The students benefit more from their course if they have the opportunity to work with the material between the teaching sessions. You can support this using various learning activities.
Online activities can prepare the students for the teaching. You can also use the results as a basis for planning your teaching. It is important to reflect on where you want to place the individual activities and, not least, which technology is best suited to communicating them.