Blended Learning

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May 9, 2015

Utilizing Blended Learning To Encourage Critical Thinking: An e-Learning Solutions Perspective

Critical thinking can be described as a mental activity that involves high quality and high level of thinking. It enhances the problem solving skills of the learner and encourages accurate decision making capabilities. Most e-learning experts support the benefits of a learning program which enhances critical learning – especially in the area of corporate learning. The value of critical thinking does not change according to different industry verticals – it is required to deliver quality e-learning in almost all subjects or type of content.
by Arunima Majumdar
April 30, 2015

4 Tips To Help You Spring Into Blended Learning

There’s a new way to look at blended learning. And it’s much more complex and creative than just adding an online course to traditional classroom training. “…Now that technology offers so many varied options, a blended approach has evolved to mean the use of more than one delivery method to provide and enhance training and support. This is the way of the future,” says Connie Malamad, the eLearning Coach. If you’re ready to spring into the future of blended learning, this article is just what you need.
by Christie Wroten
March 21, 2015

4 Steep Pitfalls You Must Avoid When Flipping A Classroom

If you believe that flipping a classroom could only mean more interactive learning and students’ engagement, then you couldn’t be more wrong. Flipped learning isn’t an automated tool that you could turn on at your will and get the results you so desire. On the contrary, it’s a sophisticated learning design that needs a more informed approach to delivering the right learning experience.
by Ashley Sanford
March 13, 2015

4 Best Blended Learning Resources To Drive Engagement

Can you think of something that the 21’st century kid loves the most? It has to be something they spend most of their day using and can barely detach themselves from. I can probably guess most answers: iPods, iPads, T.V., cell phones, computer, video games, etcetera and etcetera. Funny, how all of these things have something in common: they all have screens, and are digital!
by Anais John
December 7, 2014

Why Blended Learning Is Ultimately Best For Corporate Training

When delivered well, eLearning gives great results to companies and their staff by reducing both training costs and increasing performance. A traditional classroom environment for training remains trusted and popular - and certainly adds to staff knowledge and performance - it’s generally a one-time session for a single group of people who assemble together for it. Compare this to eLearning which is designed for a far larger number, regardless of their location: it's convenient and cost-effective.
by Mark Rose
November 19, 2014

Tips To Use Blended Learning In Corporate Training

In this article, I'll explore how to use blended learning in corporate training in order to create an immersive and engaging blended learning experience for your learners. Also you'll find out about the 4 blended learning models and the 4 sub-models, as well as, how to apply each one of them in your corporate training course.
by Christopher Pappas
October 10, 2014

So You Think You Can't Flip Your Classroom?

The idea of flipping your classroom can be both appealing and intimidating. It gets you, the teacher, out of your comfort zone, but in return enables you to spend more time coaching your students as they engage in meaningful tasks and interactions in class.
by Fausto Puppo
September 27, 2014

Flipping your EFL Classroom? Go ahead!

Flipping an EFL classroom makes a lot of sense since it allows the teacher to focus on helping student develop their communication skills. Learners have more time to engage in actual, meaningful interaction in the target language in class, where the teacher is available to offer timely feedback and assistance. Teachers can reach more students in a way that caters to their learning pace and style. Best of all… it’s not really that hard to do.
by Fausto Puppo