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Online vs. Blended vs. Face-to-face Learning

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Genevieve Pacada

on 3 April 2013

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Transcript of Online vs. Blended vs. Face-to-face Learning

Blended Learning Online Learning Face-to-Face Learning Online, Blended, &
Face-to-Face Learning Face-to-Face Learning Blended Learning Blended Learning Online Learning Online Learning Face-to-Face Learning Feedback Grading Brick & Mortar
Environment Physical Feedback
& Interaction Pencil & Paper
Assignments Physical Real-Time
1-to-1 Help Scheduled
Working Time Online Assignments
with Physical Presentations Instant Feedback & Help Individualized Learning Participation Anytime/On
Demand Learning Online Virtual Simulations * More 1-t0-1
Communication Use of LMS Brick & Mortar
Instruction Set Learning
Schedule More Paperwork Increased amount of
large group instruction Hands-on
Projects & Experiments Online Brick & Mortar Individualized Learning
with Real-time/Anytime Help or Feedback Video Feedback Virtual Learning Sessions Electronic Submission
of Assignments Use of Technology for Feedback
& Teacher/Student Interaction Clear Standards/ Learning Objectives For Effective Learning: Qualified & Quality
Teachers Engaging Projects & Activities Meaningful Student
Interaction Timely & Informative Feedback Online vs. Blended
vs. Face-to-Face
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