The flipside of blended learning
Eileen Kennedy warns of an uncritical attitude to blended learning. The method requires advanced skills from the learner and high levels of teacher input to produce quality.
Dr Eileen Kennedy is research officer at the Institute of Education, University of London. Her background is in sociology and media studies, having published widely on the body, sport and exercise. She moved into education and technology after 20 years' experience of teaching in higher education. She is currently researching ways of sharing good practice in online learning in higher education. In particular, she has been exploring the Learning Designer as a means of representing exemplary pedagogical practice in Moodle. Contact: email@example.com
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