Blended Learning - A Specific Approach Of Teaching Strategies In Institutions Of Higher Education
AbstractFast developments in information and communications technologies have significantly affected the behaviour of today’s students. These students, grown up in the digital age and exposed to digital technologies since they were born, have inherited a social and technological culture which makes them think and process information differently from the past generations. Therefore, they are fully dependent on tech equipment and their learning is constructed as a much more social process. In this context it is important to design and implement specific strategies in teaching learning process. Blended Learning is a strategy which integrates the teaching learning process with different learning environments like face-to-face, online, social networking etc. Its rapid growth has been facilitated by the Internet and other emerging technologies like cloud computing, social networking etc. This paper provides a view about blended learning model and mainly, the technology-based tools involved in blended learning
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Constantin Brancoveanu University in its journal Management Strategies Journal.
Volume (Year): 23 (2013)
Issue (Month): Special ()
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blended learning; blended learning model ; online learning;
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