Seven learning professionals share some great ideas on how to create effective blended learning.
In this article, Roberta compares blended learning to classroom learning and elearning. She discusses how choosing a blended strategy may offer many advantages including a more engaged learner.
Blended elearning integrates both synchronous and asynchronous design strategies. These strategies can offer your learners a diverse and effective elearning experience. In this article, Christopher shares his ideas on how to create an effective blended elearning strategy.
John discusses blended learning in the present day or what he calls “Blend 2.0.” This type of learning incorporates emerging web technologies with instructor-led or classroom training.
There are many benefits to using a blended learning approach for corporate training. Mark explains why blended learning is best for corporate training.
There are five common problems when implementing blended learning solutions. Arunima explains these issues and provides a number of ways you can overcome them.
Elham provides some tips and strategies on how to use blended learning in your everyday learning activities.
Pinelopi Zaka shares her investigation into how blended teaching and learning is implemented in schools.
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