Blended – what’s it?

Blend means “смешивать” in English. Термином  “Blended learning ” обозначают курс, который сочетает обычное обучение в классе с дистанционным. В идеале грамотно составленный курс сочетает в себе достоинства обоих типов обучения и избегает их недостатков.

Два раза в неделю в заранее объявленные часы вы можете пообщаться с сокурсниками и преподавателем в режиме реального времени. Вы также всегда сможете задать им вопросы по электронной почте и получить ответ. Один раз в 2 недели вечером Вы можете приехать в наш центр на консультацию с преподавателем, который  проверяет и оценивает выполнение Вами заданий.

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3 thoughts on “Blended – what’s it?

  1. MarinaSk

    Now, that’s the best part of it! What are the advantages of both types and how do they combine? What are the disadvantages and how can they be avoided? And what will this course look like? I think you’d better add something clearer on this point, although this might not be easy. The students will surely wish to know more about it before starting the course, because it will show the course structure. At least, I would 🙂

  2. ух ты!)
    а у меня тоже блог на wordpress))
    даже два – http://maevskij.wordpress.com/ на русском и некоторые записи из него продублировал в http://maevskijen.wordpress.com/ на английском. Типа writing paper 🙂

  3. Marina and Artem,
    Happy to see you here, you’re my first guests!
    Don’t be too strict to me as it was my 1st post!
    Marisha, responding to your great questions (thank you for them!) I’ve written two more posts:
    “What are the advantages of both types and how do they combine?”
    see ‘Advantages of distance education’.
    “What are the disadvantages and how can they be avoided?”
    see ‘Distance learning: advice for a newbie’.

    Then, I’ve added some more info about the blended course structure to this post.
    Hope, you’ll find all the above useful.
    If not, don’t hesitate to add more questions!
    Lada

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