International Journal of Literacy and Education
2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part B
Teaching: Learning process through blended mode: Need of the hourAuthor(s):
Blended learning is a combination of offline (face-to face, traditional learning) and online learning in a way that the one compliments the other. In Online Learning, the students study from home or any other place, they can acquire learning material online. That is most convenient for them, whereas offline mode of learning is face to face learning in traditional manner which provides a classical medium for educating students by allowing an open forum of communication between the pupil and teacher. Blended Learning Program is an innovative teaching method to combine the conventional classroom and technology use where students are actively engaged. Because of the following characteristics Blended Learning Program is used. It combines conventional method with technology enhanced learning. It adds new emerging open online resources and free tools. It also combines many teaching methods like team teaching, discussion, demonstration, project and case study methods. These learning activities engage students and increase their motivation level. A smart blend of online and offline teaching can help in bridging the digital divide (Pawar 2021). The deadly and infectious disease Corona Virus also known as Covid-19 has deeply affected the global economy. Closures of schools, institutions and other learning spaces (During Covid 19 pandemic) have impacted more than 94% of the world’s student population. The mixed method of learning or Blended Learning is the Need of an Hour. Teachers, Parents as well as Governments also are in the favors of this mode of learning now a days (Pokhrel and Chhetri 2021). The objective of the paper is to analyze the Blended Learning Programmes which gives learners and teachers an environment to learn and teach more effectively. Learners can select the best activities to suit their own pace, learning style and level, as well as time and place. Learners can be more independent and self-reliant in their own learning. Pages: 70-75 | Views: 279 | Downloads: 127Download Full Article: Click Here
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Abhilasha Kumari. Teaching: Learning process through blended mode: Need of the hour. Int J Literacy Educ 2023;3(1):70-75.