Reading: ‘Best Practices for Use of Blended Learning’

So I’m thinking about blended learning again. Why? well, why not? It’s not just about the purely ‘online’ is it? One thing I had to do, in getting my brain considering the ‘blended’ approach again after all this time was to differentiate between the ‘flipped classroom’ and ‘blended’ approach.

So I started reading again, and found this aricle (one of many): Best Practices for Use of Blended Learning.

“Blended learning courses, or courses incorporating both online and face-to-face activities, often require more preparation time outside of the classroom for students than traditional face-to-face courses. Blended learning is effective, and students often see the benefit in using a blended learning approach. However, when multiple courses become blended, the amount of out-of-class time needed for preparation may become excessive and overwhelming to manage for students.”

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