Blending the best of online and face-to-face learning to improve student outcomes
It’s a fact that student engagement leads to better learning outcomes. But how can teachers extend student interaction beyond class time? And engage the students who are reluctant to raise their hands in the classroom? An increasing number of educators are finding the answer in blended learning. In this model, students continue to receive in-class instruction from their teachers and participate in other traditional classroom activities. However, the learning is supplemented by online activities, some of which are self-directed and self-paced; while others promote collaboration.