Blended Learning

Chapitre de livre


État de publication: Publiée (2019 )

Titre du livre: Encyclopedia of Education and Information Technologies

Éditeur: Springer


Intervalle de pages: 1-9

Résumé: Over the last two decades, the term blended learning has been used more and more frequently in education, military, industry, and corporate sectors, as well as other organizations with training responsibilities (Moskal et al. 2013), and its definition has evolved over time. In fact, in the late 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, blended learning was defined as any combination of technologies, pedagogies, and job tasks. For example, Driscoll (2003) viewed blended learning as different possible mixes of (1) web-based technology, (2) pedagogical approaches with or without instructional technology, (3) any form of instructional technology with face-to-face learning, and (4) instructional technology with actual job tasks. Other possible combinations were also added to the concept such as face-to-face learning with online learning, online learning with access to a coach or a teacher, simulations with structured courses, etc.

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