Blended Learning

Blended Learning.

  • Blended learning in educational research refers to a mixing of different learning environments.
  • It combines traditional face-to-face classroom methods with more modern computer-mediated activities.
  • Blended Learning is a form of instruction that incorporates both traditional face-to-face instructions with web-based multimedia instruction.


  • With Blended Learning the instructor is able to provide some content delivery to students when and where it meets the student’s needs.
  • The students are able to access this instruction through their own web connection or they can access the media via school computers/iPods/tablets/etc. at set times before/during/after the school day.
  • The exciting part about Blended Learning is the time it frees for classroom teachers to engage their students in classroom discussion, labs, or even project based or problem based assignments.
  • The teacher can then act as the “guide on the side” helping students with misunderstandings and the application of concepts.

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