“They really began to discuss the theories critically. In fact they were not impressed with half of the literature and criticized it for being either too unstructured or too hard to use.”
“Blended learning is excellent, and in the future it will be a permanent part of my teaching,” says one teacher who has just tried out this method of teaching. The teacher is associate professor Patrick Leroyer. He has tested blended learning at his MA course International Market Communication. During the tests, he found students to become more actively engaged and better able to discuss and write texts.Læs mere 👉
The students are offered the opportunity to quietly reflect on their learning outcome and gather the points of special importance to them individually.
The students are involved directly in the teaching; they have their understanding checked, and they practice their capability of arguing.
The activity makes it easier for the students to read and understand long and/or complicated texts. The students practice presenting and arguing. Everybody participates and takes responsibility for a part of the text.