Face-to-face learning or blended learning: Views from teachers and learners

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Abstract

Blended learning has been encouraged for the past decade in tertiary setting. Traditional face-to-face teaching time has been reduced and students spent more time on e-learning. In turn, they spend less time on commuting but are offered to learn at their own pace and time. How do teachers view the two different types of learning modes? What about the students? Do they share the teachers view? How effective blended learning is to the students? This study aims to answer the above questions. Copyright © 2019 Taiwan Academy of Social Sciences.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2019

Citation

Wong, R. (2019, May). Face-to-face learning or blended learning: Views from teachers and learners. Paper presented at The 2nd International Conference on Global Challenges of Traditional Education and Distance Learning: Reflections and Concerns, Taipei, Taiwan.

Keywords

  • Traditional education
  • E-learning
  • Blended learning

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