International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 8, Part E (2019)
Blended learning: A faster and effective way for student’s progress
Amidst the rapid social, economical and technological changes, schools in this new educational paradigm are facing challenges to meet the demands of the well informed society and 21st century learners of today. Education which is one of the areas that are experiencing phenomenal changes as a result of this advancement and use of information technology. Blended learning has gained popularity now a day and is used in many Indian universities and educational institutions. It combines the traditional classroom learning where a teacher teaches the student face-to-face and the self-contained online learning. Success of blended learning depends on various aspects like quality of the course materials, mindset and ability of the students to learn in such interactive environments, ease of the tools and learning environment. Blended learning is considered as a solution to the limitations in both traditional learning and e-learning. This paper discusses the opportunities provided by blended learning, in comparison with both traditional and e-learning, and the dimensions that must be considered in order to create the best blend.
How to cite this article:
Chetna Bharti. Blended learning: A faster and effective way for student’s progress. International Journal of Applied Research. 2019; 5(8): 314-317.