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blended learning

Academic instruction that combines computer- or web-aided instruction with direct student-teacher contact.
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Klein and the foundation's two blended-learning specialists took over tech support and training for the two schools.
A well-designed blended-learning event should provide enough flexibility and control for the participant to shape and craft the direction of his or her own learning," says Thomas Elliott, NHI training program manager.
Some face-to-face learning events might be able to be scaled back in duration using a blended-learning approach.
At one middle school, Rogers's blended-learning specialist trained a group of girls to refurbish older PC desktops.
The study's authors found that almost 60 percent of the more than 60 countries included in the study reported government funding for blended-learning or full-time online programs at the primary and secondary levels.
The breadth of the study exposes patterns about what makes blended-learning programs successful in delivering cost-effective, high-quality, personalized instruction to all students, thereby transforming America's outdated education system," said Heather Staker, lead author of the report and a Senior Research Fellow for the education practice at Innosight Institute.
InfoSec Academy was founded in October of 2003 to help mitigate the skills shortage in information security and offers certification training through outcome-based, blended-learning programs for enterprises, government organizations and individual information security professionals.
Delta also will use Pathlore LMS to deploy blended-learning programs consisting of online and instructor-led courses, many of which meet federal regulatory requirements.
This grant will enable the institute to increase staff capacity for research and communications to meet the growing demand from state leaders for advice and counsel on formulating smart blended-learning policies.
This webinar will explore examples of universities developing and implementing high-quality online and blended-learning programs through the Next Generation Learning Challenges initiative.
With over 10 years online experience, Q2Learning is one of the most experienced and proven companies to manage the transition from traditional e-learning to complete blended-learning solutions.