Blended Learning

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So You Think You Can't Flip Your Classroom?

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.

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.

Blended Learning for Corporate Training

Blended Learning For Corporate Training

Nowadays technology offers many ways to help people really understand and learn, rather than simply going through the motions of learning (and sooner or later forgetting) training material. While many find elearning a very useful and efficient instrument for self-development and professional training, sometimes it’s not enough. That’s the reason why blended learning was born.

Blended Learning Models

Mix It Up with Blended Learning

Tired of the same old next-driven online training snooze fest? Well, mix it up! Blended learning can be very beneficial to your employees - and a welcome break from mindlessly clicking through a training course alone at their desks. Combining online and in-person learning creates a collaborative learning experience and allows for open communication.

Enhanced Learning and Teaching through Utilisation of Web-based Technologies

Enhanced Learning and Teaching through Utilisation of Web-based Technologies

The phenomenal evolution of Internet in terms of access, content, and teaching platforms has resulted in many more individuals considering retraining through blended learning. A market niche for an online Professional Development Award (PDA) in Project Management was identified as a suitable programme to utilise and exploit the available blended learning platforms at Forth Valley College (FVC). The accredited course by Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) and Chartered Managers Institute (CMI) was adopted as the pilot programme, and adapted for online delivery.

Top 6 eLearning Benefits for Weathering the Storm

Weathering The Storm With eLearning

The weather has been playing havoc, and this year the world witnessed a series of odd climatic changes. What does this mean for the eLearning industry? Check out the following article to find out the Top 6 eLearning Benefits for Weathering the Storm.

Why Blended Learning Is Better

Why Blended Learning Is Better

Blended learning is a buzz word that’s been thrown around quite a bit lately and brings together the best of both classroom learning and elearning. In fact it seems to be the ideal solution all-around as it appeals to all learning styles, circumstances, needs and demands. It combines the support of classroom learning with the flexibility of elearning.

How An LMS and BYOD Changed A School

How An LMS and BYOD Changed A School

This article describes a three-year implementation of a Learning Management System into a traditional private school on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It shows the capacity of the LMS to promote classroom change and the power of the blended learning approach when a BYOD program is introduced to increase access to learning resources.

Finding the Right Balance with Blended Learning

When it comes to employee training, sometimes finding and choosing the best eLearning method is difficult. Getting everyone to agree on one training method is often the most difficult task. For example, online training is extremely cost effective and time efficient, while classroom training has different yet equally important benefits. This makes it especially difficult to decide which method to use.