Blended Learning

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November 21, 2016

Finding The Right Remix In Modern Blended Learning

With the explosion of technological possibilities, the definition of blended learning has expanded to include synchronous and asynchronous learning occurring on a variety of devices from phones and tablets to desktops. With so many possibilities, how do you keep training focused, coherent, and productive? Here is how to find the right remix for your modern blended learning program.
by Jayme Jenkins
October 13, 2016

8 Flipped Classroom Benefits For Students And Teachers

The flipped classroom model of teaching is spreading across more and more educational institutions, as it seems to better respond to the learning needs of children living in today’s ever more connected world. Flipping the classroom is a win-win situation for both students and teachers. Here are 8 flipped classroom benefits for everyone in the learning environment.
by Livia Mihai
September 28, 2016

5 Ways Blended Learning Benefits Corporate Training

More often corporate trainers argue the fact that eLearning is the best alternative to brick-and-mortar classes. That is why most of the companies tend to combine both learning methods to achieve the highest result. In this article, I will share 5 essential ways blended learning benefits corporate training programs.
by Veronica Hunt
February 25, 2016

Blended Learning vs Flipped Learning: Can You Tell The Difference?

Even experienced eLearning professionals may find it challenging to differentiate between blended learning vs. flipped learning, thanks to the fact that the two terms are so often used in lieu of one another. While the two do have much in common, there are also key differences that set them apart. In this article, I’ll not only compare and contrast these two eLearning approaches, but also share some tips on how to create an instructional strategy for each.
by Christopher Pappas