Blended and Flipped: Exploring New Models for Effective Teaching and Learning

  title={Blended and Flipped: Exploring New Models for Effective Teaching and Learning},
  author={A. Jeyantha Mary},
  journal={International journal of emerging trends in science and technology},
  • A. Mary
  • Published 29 November 2016
  • Computer Science
  • International journal of emerging trends in science and technology
The rapid growth in the use of learning technologies, particularly the use of the web based technologies and communications have offered educators with many more opportunities to investigate the most suitable learning environments for their students’ learning. The purpose of the present study was to effective teaching and learning and their views on blended and flipped learning. At the heart of both blended learning and flipped learning is a learner-centered curriculum that changes the… 

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