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Blended Learning and Online Tutoring by Janet MacDonald
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Feb 09, 10

it was ok
bookshelves: research
Read from February 08 to 10, 2010

خيب ظني . كنت آمل أن أجد الكثير مما قد يفيدني ، لكنه بشكل أو بآخر تقرير لتجربة بريطانية .


"The term [blended learning:] is commonly associated with the introduction of online media into a course or programme, while at the same time recognising that there is merit in retaining face-to-face contact and other traditional approaches to supporting students. It is also used where asynchronous media such as email, forums, blogs or wikis are deployed in conjunction with synchronous technologies, commonly text chat or audio." (p. 2)

some advice on pp. 86-87 +p. 76

"One important difference between synchronous and asynchronous support is that in a synchronous session it is entirely possible to cover a range of objectives, and to support the needs of the individual as well as the group." (p. 92)
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