Towards a Strategic Blend in Education: A review of the blended learning literature.
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How might schools harness technological innovation for classroom effects? In this book the authors seek to answer this question by introducing and investigating the concept of Blended Learning through a review of current research literature. In this book, the authors consolidate the current state of Blended Learning research, by defining what is meant by Blended Learning before discussing specific technologies used in Blended Learning, the professional development required of teachers and how to implement whole of school Blended Learning regimes in schools. The book includes descriptions of popular Blended Learning models with real-world examples of their implementation, addressing both student and teacher perspectives. This book will serve as a guide to hastening the progress of Blended Learning towards the improvement of student outcomes in a world of continuous technological innovation and social change.
- Publication Date
- Nov 16, 2017
- Computers & Technology
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Tony Yeigh, By (author): Ken Sell, By (author): David Lynch, By (author): Royce Willis, By (author): Richard Smith, By (author): Steve Provost, By (author): David Turner
- Interior Color
- Black & White
- A5 (5.83 x 8.27 in / 148 x 210 mm)