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Transcript of BLENDED LEARNING
WHAT IS BLENDED LEARNING?
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT FORMS OF BLENDED LEARNING IS...
BENEFITS OF BLENDED LEARNING:
Students have greater time flexibility, freedom, and convenience by working part of the time online from home
WHAT IS FLIPPED CLASSROOM?
Students are likely to interact more with the instructor and fellow students since there are numerous opportunities to do so both in class and online
Students have access to unlimited up-to-date resources available via the Web
Students often develop or enhance skills in time management, critical thinking, and problem solving
Students typically have 24/7 access to online course materials.
Students can participate more in class discussions since they can choose environment — online or face-to-face — in which they feel more comfortable
Students usually receive more feedback, and more frequent feedback, from their instructors
LEARN TO BLEND - TUTORIAL FOR TEACHERS:)
BLENDED LEARNING IS A FORMAL EDUCATION PROGRAM IN WHICH A STUDENT LEARNS AT LEAST IN PART THROUGH ONLINE DELIVERY OF CONTENT AND INSTRUCTION WITH SOME ELEMENT OF STUDENT CONTROL OVER TIME, PLACE, PATH OR PACE.
BLENDED LEARNING ('HYBRID LEARNING') MEANS COMBINING INTERNET AND DIGITAL MEDIA WITH ESTABLISHED CLASSROOM FORMS THAT REQUIRE THE PHYSICAL CO-PRESENCE OF TEACHER AND STUDENTS.
VARIETY OF LEARNING ACTIVITIES FOR AN ONLINE COURSE:
Blended learning is more than just a technology-rich instruction. It goes beyond one-to-one computers and high-tech gadgets. It involves using the Internet to afford each student a more personalized learning experience.
BLENDED LEARNING’S LESSON DESIGN PROCESS
AND BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS:
CONTENT/ LEARNING ACTIVITIES
The best blended learning approaches use technology to:
help each student master the content and skills they need
teachers to get the most out of their planning and instructional time
THE MOST COMMON EXAMPLES OF BLENDED ONLINE LEARNING ARE:
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