Use of blended learning approach in teacher education
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Sonkambl, C. & Pagare, P. (2010). Use of blended learning approach in teacher education. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn 2010 (pp. 3978-3981). AACE.
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With the emerging new technologies, the teaching profession is evolving from an emphasis on teacher-centered, lecture-based instruction to student-centered, interactive learning environments.,the objective framed were to study the impact of blended learning on M. Ed students and the research question was that how can we support M.Ed. students in gaining knowledge about instruction system?Sample of 100 learners (M.Ed. teacher trainees)were selected by purposive sample.A questionnaire of different items on a 5-point scale and was found that B.L represents a real opportunity to create learning experience that can provide the right place for each and every individual not just at work but in school and universities and even at home,it can be truly universal , crossing global boundaries and bringing groups of learners together through different cultural become one of the most significant development of the 21st century.
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