International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 8, Part F (2019)
Blended learning: The digital paradigm shift
This paper throws light on the Blended Learning: The Digital Paradigm Shift. Blended learning is a creative idea that embraces the advantages of both traditional teaching in the classroom and ICT help learning including both offline learning and online learning. It has scope for collaborative learning; helpful learning and PC helped learning. Blended adapting needs thorough endeavors, right attitude, attractive spending plan and highly motivated teachers and students for its successful implementation. As it consolidates various modes so it is complex and organizing it is a troublesome assignment. Blended learning is a mixture of learning techniques that can join numerous learning models like Online, Rotation, Flex, Personalized mix, Online job and Self blend. The present paper examines the idea of blended learning, its models, advantages and disadvantages. Blended learning can be characterized as the blending of face to face educating and web based learning. Students have some choice over where they consider at school, at home or some place in the middle of and when they examine during school hours, at night or on ends of the week. In any case, it is as yet the teacher who chooses the extent of the choice, just as which components of the student’s education are completed and which components are finished in the class.
How to cite this article:
Surjit Kaur. Blended learning: The digital paradigm shift. International Journal of Applied Research. 2019; 5(8): 366-368.