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Blended Learning - The Best Option. Everything you ever wanted to know about Blended Learning.

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  • Thanks for this wonderful presentation.it will help the students a lot. I would like to add some more advantages.Here they are :1.Blended learning allows teachers to use a combination of digital instruction and one-on-one face time to improve efficiency in the classroom 2.Blended learning can help school districts save money by allowing students to bring their own technology devices to class to take full advantage of the adaptive learning software. 3.Blended learning is able to personalize education in a way that a more traditional classroom setup simply cannot. 4.Software used with blended learning programs is able to collect student data that measures academic progress.
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  • Thank you for this great and clear presentation
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  • 2020 no teacher but fasilitator
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  • At this juncture I tend to think that most learning contexts that don't include elearning and mlearning (eventually we won't see the need for 'E' and 'M') are incomplete....
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  • We read in this slide show 'Blended Learning = Learning + Classroom Elearning + Mobile Learning'.

    It is not entirely accurate, I suggest 'Blended Learning = Traditional Learning + Elearning'. There is no requirement to include 'Mobile Learning' :-)

    BTW, this slideshow is nice :)
    http://ocarbone.free.fr/blog/?cat=5
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Blended Learning

  1. 1. Blended LearningThe Best Option
  2. 2. Different learning problemsrequire different solutions
  3. 3. Different learning problems require different solutionsEach learner has a unique learning style & unique requirement.
  4. 4. Different learning problems require different solutionsEach learner has a unique learning style & unique requirement. Every problem has unique characteristics
  5. 5. In the pre-digital age, combinations of differentlearning contexts were used for teaching
  6. 6. In the pre-digital age, combinations of differentlearning contexts were used for teaching In the 21st century, learning environments increasingly incorporate ‘e elements’ into varied instructional contexts
  7. 7. There is a paradigm shift in learning
  8. 8. There is a paradigm shift in learning Early adopters have experimented with various media formats & delivery options and realized that… blended learning works best
  9. 9. THE BASICS
  10. 10. What is Blended Learning?
  11. 11. What is Blended Learning? Blended learning is learning that is facilitated by the effective combination of different modes of delivery,models of teaching and styles of learning & applying them in an interactively meaningful learning environment
  12. 12. What comprises Blended Learning?
  13. 13. What comprises Blended Learning? Classroom Training | Web-based Training | Webinars | CD-ROM Courses | Video | EPSS Systems | Simulations | Mobile Learning and much more
  14. 14. There is no fixed formula for the useof technologies in Blended Learning program
  15. 15. There is no fixed formula for the useof technologies in Blended Learning program Variations exist due to the nature of the course content, the learning objectives and learners’ profiles
  16. 16. It’s all about the right blend
  17. 17. It’s all about the right blend It depends on analysis of the learners’ requirements, their level of understanding, competencies at stake,the nature & location of the audience & resources available
  18. 18. THE ADVANTAGES
  19. 19. From passive learning to active learning
  20. 20. From passive learning to active learning The focus of the classroom shifts from a presentational format to one of active learning.
  21. 21. From passive learning to active learning The focus of the classroom shifts from a presentational format to one of active learning.This involves putting learners in situations which compel them to read, speak, listen and think
  22. 22. Offers learners the opportunity to be bothtogether and apart
  23. 23. Offers learners the opportunity to be both together and apart The model of blended learning emphasizes bringingtogether of the online and face-to-face classroom components
  24. 24. Adds humanness to your teaching
  25. 25. Adds humanness to your teaching Interactive content enables you to create high interest, accountability, and real assessment
  26. 26. Enhances individualization,personalization and relevancy
  27. 27. Enhances individualization,personalization and relevancy Lets trainers tailor learning content to the unique needs of different audience segments
  28. 28. THEAPPLICATIONS
  29. 29. Corporates are moving from Classroom Trainingto Blended Learning
  30. 30. Corporates are moving from Classroom Trainingto Blended LearningDue to benefits in costs and savings, optimizing resources, scale, speed & throughput According to research done by Bersin & Associates ‘Blended Learning: What Works?’
  31. 31. Blended Learning emerges as anatural choice for Training Companies Due to their desire to retain core competencies & balance market demand - clients’ budgets and time availability.
  32. 32. Blended Learning emerges as anatural choice for Training Companies Due to their desire to retain core competencies & balance market demand - clients’ budgets and time availability. Gives them the flexibility to customize programs.
  33. 33. Blended Learning emerges as anatural choice for Training Companies Due to their desire to retain core competencies & balance market demand - clients’ budgets and time availability. Gives them the flexibility to customize programs. 40% of Training Organizations have an LMS* *Bersin & Associates report
  34. 34. Blended Learning in higher educationis an evolving phenomenon
  35. 35. Blended Learning in higher educationis an evolving phenomenon Implemented in University of Botswana, University of Central Florida, University of Salford, Charles Sturt University etc.
  36. 36. THE FUTURE
  37. 37. Advances in technology will have an impact onemerging models of Blended Learning VIRTUAL WORLD MOBILE SOCIAL TELEPRESENCE AUGMENTED REALITY
  38. 38. Advances in technology will have an impact onemerging models of Blended Learning VIRTUAL WORLD MOBILE SOCIAL TELEPRESENCE AUGMENTED REALITY Dozens of technologies currently emerging will impact academic learning as well as training environments.
  39. 39. Advances in technology will have an impact onemerging models of Blended Learning VIRTUAL WORLD MOBILE SOCIAL TELEPRESENCE AUGMENTED REALITY Dozens of technologies currently emerging will impact academic learning as well as training environments.It will dramatically expand Blended Learning options and opportunities
  40. 40. Any new technology has typically beenco-opted and added to the blend
  41. 41. Any new technology has typically been co-opted and added to the blend Any advent of technology hasn’t meant theelimination of what pedagogical methods existed at the time
  42. 42. Blended Learning is transformational
  43. 43. Blended Learning is transformational It has changed the way learning is perceived & delivered.
  44. 44. Blended Learning is transformational It has changed the way learning is perceived & delivered. It has brought about institutional transformation.
  45. 45. Blended Learning is transformational It has changed the way learning is perceived & delivered. It has brought about institutional transformation. And this is only the beginning
  46. 46. Upside Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd www.upsidelearning.com Email : info@upsidelearning.com Images courtesy of www.sxc.hu

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