With the growth of online courses and training programs, many would believe that the vast majority of them are one-person shows. However, this is often no longer the case.
Over the last few years, and especially over the last year, virtual technology and learning have seen a massive boom. There are more efficient online learning platforms than ever, and there are more users of those platforms than there have ever been. But while virtual classrooms can be an interesting solution for a multitude of logistical learning issues, they also have their problems.
The concept of blended learning has been discussed in education circles for many years.
Now, the harsh reality of the coronavirus pandemic has led to a new focus on the effective mixing of in-class “traditional” learning and digital strategies. Finding ways to teach your blended classroom is something you really need to master.