Technology has played an important role in better meeting the individual learning needs and styles of employees. From learning management systems (LMS) to adaptive learning resources and video conferencing.
Due to the recent global pandemic, hybrid and blended learning models became necessary.
Course design and strategy
Hybrid and blended learning mean a change in mentality compared to traditional face-to-face training. It’s not just uploading training to an online platform and calling it hybrid or blended learning. It requires a critical eye to completely redesign courses. It is determined how and according to which medium (eg online or face to face) each course component is offered.
Hybrid and blended learning fall in the middle of the learning spectrum between fully in-person training and fully online training. They are often used interchangeably, but there is a subtle difference between these two terms.
Blended learning focuses on integrating distance learning with traditional instruction, while hybrid learning focuses on integrating every possible learning technique to best convey the content, whether it is online or offline.
A second difference is that blended learning focuses on a more or less equal balance between distance learning and traditional life courses, while hybrid learning relies more heavily on online or non-traditional instruction.
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