Blended Learning

Term explanation  •  Category Learning & E-Learning

Definition and meaning

Blended Learning is a teaching / learning method that includes both in-person and online instruction. The technique has gained a lot of popularity, as it combines the benefits of teaching live and online, which makes it very successful, according to several studies.

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Webinar

A webinar is a seminar that takes place in a specific digital location at a specific time. It's a seminar that combines live and online formats.

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In vocal distractions filler words like um, er, and you know are used during a pause.

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Under display duration in PowerPoint, the start of the animation, the duration, repetition and delay can be controlled.

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Co-located Audience

Co-located Audience means that the speaker talks to the audience in person. It is used verbal and non-verbal methods to communicate a message. The speaker makes gestures with their hands, changes their face expression and shows images.

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