Blended learning

UK report on the experience of blended learning across 7 HE institutions, solidly researched. But I can’t help feeling its time we just call it all learning- esp when the authors identify 3 types of blended learning – but no agreement on a definition. Main point is that the study confirms that students do value the flexibility of access both from home and campus. And surpise-students are making increasing use of their own technology, and doing this in ways that are not planned for, and may not be visible to teachers!

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About thand

I'm a currently working at NSW Departrment of Education & Training, Connected Classrooms Program, Sydney.
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