Blended Learning in Schools and Training: a Review of Educational Practice
Journal Title: International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management - Year 2016, Vol 24, Issue 1
Blended learning has become an increasingly popular method for delivering online instruction. In blended learning, a mixture of face-to-face and web-based strategies is used to take advantage of the strengths of both and minimize their weaknesses. In this article, a brief overview of blended learning is presented. The current use of blended learning in primary/secondary education, higher education, and training settings are then discussed. In each of these settings, a different approach to blended learning is evolving due to the specific needs of the learners. The article concludes with speculation on the future on blended learning.
Authors and Affiliations
Nathathai Sangsuk, Sunchai Pattanasith, Narong Sompong, James E. Gall
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How To Cite
Nathathai Sangsuk, Sunchai Pattanasith, Narong Sompong, James E. Gall (2016). Blended Learning in Schools and Training: a Review of Educational Practice. International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management, 24(1), 8-13. https://www.europub.co.uk/articles/-A-604973