Saturday, November 3, 2012

Blended Learning and Paperbacks in Schools

Blended Learning and Paperbacks in Schools

Continuing conversation with Dr. Kelvin Thompson @Blendkit2012
Like most other outmoded technologies, paperbacks are gradually going. Perhaps not into extinction but they are surely getting reduced used with increased use of other technologies that can assist/aid learning.

Presently, the public K-12 schools in Nigeria are given free text sponsored by the government and a whole sector is dependent on that. With instructional designs considering other aisle of learning which would make paperback not the sole contributor to students and in fact might be relegated by the student body themselves when there is a more convenient way they can learn, blended learning stands to be discredited by the publishers (save for those who are ready to brace up).

How can this be resolved?

In adoption/deployment of blended learning, we are looking at everything that could be an issue and preparing ahead to know what probable options we can take.

Anyone with a reference, case study etc on this from blendkit people will be appreciated.

Thanks

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