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Blended Learning: How Can Online Technology be Integrated into the Learning Diet of Students?

This infographic, based on US experience, explores a range of models of blended learning. The blended element involves how far online technology is used in the learning programme.

As well as being a cipher for the integration of technology into the curriculum, blended learning also reflects the amount of autonomy a student has for determining his or her learning. It therefore spans pedagogy and heutology as well as technology per se.

Via ETML: 6 Models of Blended Learning Teachers Should Know About | ETML

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One comment on “Blended Learning: How Can Online Technology be Integrated into the Learning Diet of Students?

  1. Jesse McNulty
    June 28, 2015

    Reblogged this on Blended Learning 1.0 and commented:
    This is a wonderful infographic on the styles of blended learning and the general structure of you decide to implement into your classroom. Many of you who have been reading through my personal journey will notice that much of our “style” has been created and is influenced from the “flex” model of blended learning.

    Over the next few days, I look forward to providing many of you with a chronicle of my learnings from the ISTE 2015 conference in Philadelphia, along with updates on my planning and system architecture for this summer and upcoming fall planning!

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