The blended course delivery method : The not-so-distant education.
Current evidence indicates that the blended course delivery method can reduce costs, improve student academic performance, and improve instructor success in meeting course learning objectives when compared to face-to-face instruction. The present examination of best practices employed the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) (2000) quality benchmarks for Internet-based instruction as a framework for organizing 19 suggestion s for designing and delivering blended courses. Results indicated that our specific faculty development experiences mirrored the more general IHEP framework.
International Society for Technology in Education
Dukes, L., Waring, S., & Koorland, M. (2006). The blended course delivery method : The not-so-distant education. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 22(4), 153-8.
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