Blended Learning: Which Format is Right for Attendees?

Published by Tony Veroeven | Topics: Training, Weekly Minute

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This week in the ASTD LinkedIn group, I read some interesting information about blended learning. There were two different studies that were detailed in the Department of Education report. The first study that was done had two groups; online, and online with a face-to-face component. Now, you might think that the online with the face-to-face component scored higher. True, it did!

In study number two, there was another group with online and online discussion against online with a face-to-face component. Which scored higher? Actually, the online with online discussion. This may seem counter-intuitive and because we a lot of times think that a face-to-face component in blended learning for there to be higher test scores and better retention. This is not always true.

The point is, is to present the materials in a way that the attendees or the learners want to receive them.

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Tony, who is an Account Manager at Omnipress, believes that life is all about the attitude you choose to have, and his positive outlook shows in all of his interactions with customers and co-workers alike. His great attitude is paired with a solid background of 20 years experience of serving clients and building relationships.



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