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The Teaching and Learning Cycle – Blended Learning Face-to-Face Online Face-to-Face Face-to-Face Instructor’s lecture on target topic by synthesizing various ideas manifested in learners’ online messages Learners post reflections on issues raised by the instructor online Oral presentation and discussion by learners Instructor briefly introduces the topic of the next session In-Class Online Online Learners continue to discuss the previous topic online Learners post their prior understanding of the topic at the next session online Off-Class 4
Reading/ Conferencing Virtual Environment Music/ Collaboration Picture Smart Word Smart Individual Learning Environment Music Smart Virtual Environment Linking Learning Styles with Technology Self Smart Body Smart Video Conference Digital Research People Smart Nature Smart Problem-solving Technology 16 Logic Smart
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