Blended Learning: the Overarching Learning Strategy

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    Blended learning is an instructional strategy that combines classroom instruction with technology-rich resources to enhance learning. It is realized by a team of instructional technology experts devoted to studying the effects that technology-based learning delivery environments have upon learning and educational institutions. Blended learning takes place in a traditional classroom directed by conventional teachers who interact with students face-to-face while controlling the content and pace… CONTINUE READING

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