Use ‘the right blend’ of learning interventions and approaches for your specific audience. Achieve the appropriate learning outcomes and goals, in the learners’ specific context.
Create, curate and deliver blended learning
At one time, the major approach to learning was the ‘face-to-face’ learning in a classroom setting. Today, many more learning interventions and approaches exist, and creating ‘the right mix’ of interventions leads to blended learning.
aNewSpring is designed to help training providers create blended learning. Whether you already have an existing classroom course you’d like to blend or whether you are designing a completely new blended learning programme – you can build it on aNewSpring.
Take a tour to find out more about how our platform helps you design blended learning. Alternatively, get inspired by reading some resources, below.
With all the learning interventions and approaches that exist today, the real ‘art’ is to create ‘the right blend’ of interventions that leads to the best results. Often, some type of e-learning is part of the blend, but not necessarily.
Blended learning means learning by combining various activities. The result is a more effective learning process with a higher learning outcome. Consider, for example, the design of a learning trajectory with both online and offline activities. In addition, you can also use various work forms within an online trajectory. This is how the platform of aNewSpring offers various possibilities to achieve blended learning.
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Back in the day learning was something that was done more or less the same at each school. Students sat down, listened to their teacher, took notes and did tests and exercises. Those who were good at this were lucky and probably got good grades. But if you had a hard time following classes like this, well, that was just too bad.
https://www.anewspring.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/e-learning-build-up-skills.png503900Callista de Sterkehttps://www.anewspring.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/anewspring-logo-new-300x50.pngCallista de Sterke2018-10-24 15:13:112019-05-10 14:12:50BUILD UP Skills: e-learning for the construction and installation sector
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