What is Blended Learning?
Blended Learning can be defined as education that combines face-to-face classroom methods with an online component to form an integrated instructional approach.
In the U.S. Department of Educations’ “Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies,” it was found that training which combines face-to-face instruction with an online component has a larger advantage for both the learner and the instructor.
- For the Learner: Blended learning satisfies different learning styles and increases student engagement and collaboration.
- For the Instructor: Instructors can use the PowerPoint slides housed online to lead the course, and hand out the printed handouts for classroom activities.
- For the Organization: The online component allows access to data analytics allowing the organization to see what content students are accessing; ultimately using that data to find out which content leads to the greatest student performance.
Here is an example of a blended learning solution that combines an online library of training materials, print-on-demand and shipping/distribution:
If you’re working with the right company, they should be about to provide all your blended learning materials under one roof, completely streamlining your process.
Learn More About Blended Learning at ICE’s Annual Educational Conference
Interested in learning more about blended learning for continuing education training? Omnipress will be at the Institute of Credentialing Excellence’s Annual Educational Conference November 6-9th in Booth #204.
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