Blended learning describes an educational system that contains multiple components.
Content may be delivered through multiple mediums, such as:
- face to face (f2f)
Teachers may combine different methods of instruction, for example:
- teachers as experts in their fields
- teachers as facilitators
- students assuming the instructional roles and positions of leadership
Generally, blended learning implies that some type of technology is used for instruction, research, design, and/or communication.
Blended learning uses the best of both traditional and authentic assessments.
We realize that all schools and teachers are not familiar with blended learning, and your definition may differ from ours. Our teacher training workshop gets us all on the same page, and prepares you to deliver Zulama’s content in your unique blended environment.