Traditional classroom learning is largely led by the teacher. Blended Classroom learning is a concept that gives students some control in the progress of their course. Here, teaching takes place using a combination of physical and online classroom teaching programs. This gives the students the power to be able to learn at their own pace in the teacher-defined schedule.
SpEd@home adopts the Blended Larning approach to ensure an effective teaching and learning course for children with differential needs.
Benefits of Blended Learning
Blended Learning is a two-part program that is a mix of both classroom and online learning. Here, teacher-student interactions are facilitated in classrooms led by the teacher and another part of the course is available online. Students can set their own pace, location, and time of learning this course material.
Blended Learning strategies can also be adapted into a 100% online setting. Here teachers can interact with students via live video sessions, webinars, and online learning material.
Benefit to students
Blended Learning gives students a platform to determine a pace that suits them best. Often, it is seen that high-achievers tend to keep up with the schedules while poor performers may struggle. Blended Learning allows students the flexibility of scheduling their own course thus helping build confidence and enhancing comprehension.
Benefit to teachers
Blended Learning programs also benefit teachers as much as it helps students. Teachers can focus on developing the course without having to worry too much about the pace for each student. This also leads to more meaningful interaction sessions and enhancement of understanding the course material without being bored of it.
Thus, as a program, our Blended Learning provides the best of both worlds- Traditional classroom learning and online teaching for better student engagement. Teachers can learn more about this format and how to excel at it with our latest capacity building programs.