Category: Blended-learning

Blended Learning

Monthly training session: Blended learning

In our latest monthly training session, we spoke with Electrolux and LECOM to discuss how they’re using a blended learning approach in their training and development.

Blended learning is a mix of traditional, often classroom-based, face-to-face training and online or e-learning.

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The top 5 benefits of implementing a blended learning approach



Blended learning is shaking up the training and education landscape of today. By combining traditional teaching methods with new technologies, teachers and trainers can now offer learners a more engaging, effective learning experience. The results are overwhelmingly positive: higher engagement means better learning outcomes. If you’re new to blended learning or simply want to learn more about it, check out these top five proven benefits to learn how it can benefit you.

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Ten Top Tips for Successful Blended Learning

A blended learning approach, as the name suggests, refers to the use of more than one method when delivering education and training. Frequently, this will involve using online course materials together with a more traditional classroom-style approach.

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Why is blended learning so effective?

Blended learning has become a major trend in training and education in recent years. You may be wondering what all the fuss is about. What is this new training method and why has it had such a huge impact? This article will get you up to speed on blended learning and explain its key benefits for learners and organizations alike.

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Improving efficiency with blended learning: 5 best practices

Blended learning is one of the most efficient learning and development strategies around. That’s because it gives learners the “best of both worlds” by combining the benefits of e-learning and conventional classroom learning.

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Benefits of Blended Learning

 

If you have been in the teaching/learning scene recently, you will know that everybody seems to be talking about blended learning. Today, we are going to assess exactly why this is the case by showing the main benefits of blended learning!

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E-learning – Adding Value to Your Blended Learning approach

Despite the attention blended learning has received in recent years, it doesn’t actually get the attention it perhaps should in an educational setting. Today, we want to look into the effectiveness of e-learning and just how important this feature is within the learning and teaching technique.

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Creating an Effective Online Course: Keeping Learners Engaged

In recent years, the internet has been used more and more for earning a living and starting a career. Along with others, online courses are now a huge part of this and the industry is now thought to be worth over $200 billion. For businesses and education institutions, e-learning is a fantastic resource which opens the door for content producers. However, the biggest challenge course creators face is not the formatting or distribution but rather keeping the content engaging. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of seven tips provided by the experts!

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Added value of e-learning in blended learning


Blended learning is a concept that a lot of people have heard of, but actually using it in an educational setting doesn’t happen a lot. Aside from the overall concept of blended learning, we will take a look into the role that e-learning plays in this matter.

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The Blended Classroom -Designing Effective Blended Learning Courses

With blended learning, you have a technique which suggests work should be done outside of the classroom as well as inside of it. Typically, a blended classroom will be made up of face-to-face (F2F) learning as well as online material to complete alone. With both of these techniques coming together, research suggests learning improves in both quality and quantity which can only be good news.  As an instructor, the whole process can seem somewhat overwhelming at first particularly if you have decades of experience in just F2F learning. Therefore, we have compiled a list of three main steps you will need to take here today. By following these three steps, you should be able to create a course that’s not only effective but but will enable you to create the perfect blended classroom!

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