Introducing Blended Learning into a Traditional Classroom

The educational world is changing. The growth of the digital learning platform had had a huge impact on how courses work, both for eLearning educators and more traditional educational institutions. As a result of this, many classroom based course providers are exploring the idea of introducing blended learning.

Students and potential students now expect to be given access to a wide range of online resources. This is true whether the bulk of their teaching time is delivered on an online learning platform or face to face in the classroom.

Schools, colleges, universities, language schools and professional development course providers all need to work out how to provide this access. Those educational institutions who are unable to do this may find that they get left behind.

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