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BlendedLearning

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What is Blended Learning?

Blended learning is a way of teaching that blends different modes of teaching.

Combining modes

Over the years educators combined everything from web-based technologies, different forms of pedagogies or learning strategies and approaches, instructional technologies and learning tasks, mobile learning, coding and robotics.

Differentpossibilities

Blended learning means different things to different people. Blended learning provides teachers with opportunities to combine any number of exciting and imaginative modes of learning.

Instruction & Learning

In short, Blended learning blends different forms of Instructionwith different forms of Learning.

Other terms

Blended learning is often called hybrid learning. Although hybrid and blended learning don't always mean exactly the same thing, these terms can generally be used interchangeably.

Different models of Blended Learning

Teachers can choose from different blended learning models. Some can identify up to 12 Types of Blended Learning. These can be grouped into four main types:

Project-Based Learning

The Flipped Classroom Model

Learning Stations

Individual virtual learning with face-to-face support

In this model, learners join a virtual school or class, and work on their own following the online content and instructions. They can still visit the physical brick-and-mortar classroom and see the teacher at set times. The emphasis is however on them to take responsibility for their progress and to work independently and meet their learning goals.At Limina we provide teachers with a virtual individualised learning experience. You can enrol for any number of online courses in EdTech integration and progress at your own speed. The courses are SACE accredited and you earn CPTD points when you successfully complete a course.View Limina's EdTech Integration Courses here.

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In this model, learners join a virtual school or class, and work on their own following the online content and instructions. They can still visit the physical brick-and-mortar classroom and see the teacher at set times. The emphasis is however on them to take responsibility for their progress and to work independently and meet their learning goals.At Limina we provide teachers with a virtual individualised learning experience. You can enrol for any number of online courses in EdTech integration and progress at your own speed. The courses are SACE accredited and you earn CPTD points when you successfully complete a course.View Limina's EdTech Integration Courses here.

In short, Blended learning blends different forms of Instructionwith different forms of Learning.

Blended learning is a way of teaching that blends different modes of learning. Blended learning can blend online and face-to-face learning, or paper-based learning with learning using digital tools and resources.

Blended learning is often called hybrid learning. Although hybrid and blended learning don't always mean exactly the same thing, these terms can generally be used interchangeably.

Over the years educators combined everything from web-based technologies, different forms of pedagogies or learning strategies and approaches, instructional technologies and learning tasks, mobile learning, coding and robotics.

Blended learning means different things to different people. Blended learning provides teachers with opportunities to combine any number of exciting and imaginative modes of learning.

Teachers can choose from different blended learning models. Some can identify up to 12 Types of Blended Learning. These can be grouped into four main types: