Blended Learning-A Most Successful Learning Methodology

Authors

  • Dr. D. Sumathi
  • Mrs. Shyla Gnanam Ebenezer

Keywords:

Teaching strategies, Traditional methods, Emerging e-learning, Learning platforms, Fulfill the Students needs.

Abstract

Blended Learning outlines a number of teaching strategies that include face-to-face instruction and personalized, student-directed, computer-generated learning programs. The balance between the two approaches varies between schools, but the key strategy is common to all: use digital technology at a personal level to overcome the most common barriers to learning, including time, financial resources, space, and different learning skills and speed. Mixed learning transcends barriers of time, space, and culture and creates many improved opportunities for students and faculty. The purpose of this paper is to explore the benefits associated with learning that provide learning literacy for students. The benefits of using integrated learning to enhance students' knowledge and the success factors of integrated learning modules have also been found.

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Published

30-09-2020

How to Cite

Dr. D. Sumathi, & Mrs. Shyla Gnanam Ebenezer. (2020). Blended Learning-A Most Successful Learning Methodology. Research Inspiration: An International Multidisciplinary E-Journal, 5(IV), 16–19. Retrieved from http://researchinspiration.com/index.php/ri/article/view/108

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