Continue the Conversation: eLearning Open Mic – Mixing it Up With Blended Learning

Blended learning gives learners the best of both worlds—if you do it well. We hosted a panel of eLearning professionals for an insightful talk about all things blended learning. Thanks to our panelists—Chris Willis, Jean Marrapodi, and Toby Newman—and all the great attendees!

Chris started off by asking everyone what they consider to be blended learning.

It quickly became clear that blended learning means very different things depending on where it is being delivered and who is designing it.

In Schools

Jean pointed out that blended learning has become very predominant in grades K-12, where it’s mostly the students doing learning on their own—watching a video or using a computer, but the definition is much broader for corporate training. Some examples/advice she gave about blended learning in schools:

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