Pros and Cons of Blended Learning


  Deepti Kuiya Kalani         January 22, 2021

Blended learning, which is also popularly known as hybrid learning, is a strategy that combines the best of face–to-face and online learning elements to provide an engaging and impactful learning experience to the students.

Execution of blended learning classes is definitely not an easy task and creation and delivery of engaging and interesting content can be challenging for several reasons.

Before schools and teachers dive into the adoption of this approach, it is quite important that they are well aware of the positives and negatives, so that they can make an informed decision and are prepared to deal with all the obstacles on their way.

This blog will help the teachers as it highlights all the major pros and cons of blended learning.

Pros

Cons

Can the benefits outweigh the limitations? Are the rewards worth the risks?

Well, a blended learning strategy has its own positive and negative aspects but the negative impact can surely be minimized and channeled into a fruitful strategy with wise content planning and a progressive implementation.

It may look like a significant investment to begin with, but this short-term expense will give huge benefits in the long run. Isn’t this a great opportunity to say bye-bye to the obsolete education system and evolve beyond textbooks-bound syllabus?

These tips might just help you begin:

  1. Choose “intuitive” tools and platforms that require the least amount of technical “know-how” initially.
  2. Ensure devices and media used for teaching encourage collaboration and interactive sessions.
  3. Constantly evaluate what works and what doesn’t and adapt based on feedback.

Blended learning is surely the way forward!!

To make your blended learning expedition more impactful, explore Classroom.live – a platform tailor-made for teachers – it will help you overcome the difficulties and facilitate super-engaging online learning experiences.


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