Blended Learning & Exe-Learning Definitions

Páginas: 5 (1208 palabras) Publicado: 11 de enero de 2015


Blended learning
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path or pace. While still attending a “brick-and-mortar” schoolstructure, face-to-face classroom methods are combined with computer-mediated activities. Proponents of blending learning cite the opportunity for data collection and customization of instruction and assessment as two major benefits of this approach.[4] Schools with blended learning models may also choose to reallocate resources to boost student achievement outcomes
1.  "Blended Learning: A Disruptive Innovation". Knewton.
2. Jump up^ "Blended Learning (Staker / Horn - May 2012)" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-10-24.
3. Jump up^ Strauss, Valerie (22 September 2012). Three fears about blended learning, The Washington Post
4. Jump up^ Harel Caperton, Idit. (2012) Learning to Make Games for Impact. The Journal of Media Literacy, 59(1),28-38.
5. Jump up^ Jacob, Anna M. (2011). Benefits and Barriers to the Hybridization of Schools. Journal of Education Policy, Planning and Administration, 1(1): 61-82.
6. Jump up^ Interactive Learning Centers Announces Name Change to EPIC Learning. (1999, March 5). The Free Library. (1999). Retrieved October 18, 2013 from Learning Centers Announces NameChange to EPIC Learning.-a054024665
7. Jump up^ Bonk, C.J., & Graham, C.R. (2006). The handbook of blended learning environments: Global perspectives,  local designs. San Francisco: Jossey‐Bass/Pfeiffer. p.5
8. Jump up^ Friesen, Norm (2012). "Report:Defining Blended Learning"
9. Jump up^ Martyn, Margie (2003). "The hybrid online model: Good practice.". Educause Quarterly: 18–23.
10. Jumpup^
11. Jump up^ "Plato Rising". Retrieved 2013-10-24.

12. Jump up^ Coach resources (2012-10-11). "in the real world | Coach resources". Khan Academy. Retrieved 2013-10-24.
13. ^ Jump up to:a b Garrison, D. R., & Kanuka, H. (2004). Blended learning: Uncovering its transformative potential in higher education. TheInternet and Higher Education, 7, 95–105.
14. ^ Jump up to:a b S. Alexander, Flexible Learning in Higher Education, In: Editors-in-Chief: Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker and Barry McGaw, Editor(s)-in-Chief, International Encyclopedia of Education (Third Edition), Elsevier, Oxford, 2010, Pages 441-447, ISBN 9780080448947,
15. Jump up^ Alexander,S., & McKenzie, J. (1998). An Evaluation of Information Technology Projects for University Learning.Canberra, Australia: Committee for University Teaching and Staff Development and the Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs.
16. Jump up^ M. Gosper, D. Green, M. McNeill, R.A. Phillips, G. Preston, K. Woo, Final Report: The Impact of Web-Based Lecture Technologies onCurrent and Future Practices in Learning and Teaching, Australian Learning and Teaching Council, Sydney (2008) .
17. ^ Jump up to:a b
18. Jump up^

2. Blended Learning Conceptos Básicos. Universidad de Barcelona.
Antonio Bartolomé

3. Hybrids: a Prelude to pure disruption?

4. Blended Learning at MIT
Jeff Pankin, John Roberts, Mike Savio – July 2012

5. Definición de B-Learning
Contributions to are licensed under a Creative Commons...
Leer documento completo

Regístrate para leer el documento completo.

Estos documentos también te pueden resultar útiles

  • Blended Learning
  • Blended learning
  • Blended Learning
  • Blended learning como alternativa transitoria
  • Blended learning
  • Blended Learning
  • Diferencias entre blended learning, e-learning y m-learning
  • E learning

Conviértase en miembro formal de Buenas Tareas