Emerging Need of Blended Learning By Dr. Pratibha Khare


Education aims to provide a nourishing environment that would facilitate or bring out and develop the potentialities in an individual. Quality education produces people who have the attributes of functional and social relevance, mental ability and physical dexterity, efficacy and reliability, confidence, capability to communicate effectively, exercise initiative innovative and experiment with new situations. Quality teaching is the chief instrument of quality education. It is concerned with how best to bring about pupil learning by various activities. Innovative instructional strategies play a remarkable role in the education sector.

Blended Learning / Teaching is one innovative solution to modern classroom in which modern technologies integrated in the teaching and learning process. Generally Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) adopted three ways of Blended Learning: first access online material through Learning Management System (LMS) and Traditional instruction; second digital technologies and conventional teaching; third learners use digital technologies by themselves. Components of Blended Learning include face-to-face instruction, web-based learning, simulation, internet-based videos, CD-ROM based learning, e-learning courses.

Blended Learning approach ensures that the learner is engaged and driving his or her individual learning experiences. It also offers flexible time frames that can be personalized to each person offering them the ability to learn at their own pace.

Keywords: blended learning, learning management system (LMS), traditional instruction, digital technologies

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