What is and What is Not Blended Learning?
Blended Learning is one part traditional education
One part online, customized, individualized learning
and includes a Learning Management System
Brick and Mortar Building 1 teacher to 30 students Traditional school day Pacing determined by teacher
Online learning, with some element of student control of time, place, path and or pace.
along each indvidual learning path within a course or subject are connected to provide an integrated learning experience.
Blended learning is also called hybrid learning, integrates technology instruction with traditional classroom teaching.
Teacher becomes the mentor, the problem solver, the support for the student’s learning.
Students become more responisble for their learning. Students have some control over: time, place, path, or pace.
Components of Blended Learning
•Formal education which distinguishes between online learning and Integrating technology like using smart boards. •Online delivery of content through educational activities to impart knowledge, not learning through playing education games. •Student control which is interactive and adapted to meet the students’ needs. •Supervised away from home which is different from fulltime online learning. •The learning path integrated (part online learning, part other kind of learning)