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|Title: ||Smart teaching technologies used in a hybrid learning course model|
|Authors: ||SCHREURS, Jeanne|
|Issue Date: ||2014|
|Publisher: ||Eurosis-ETI Publication|
|Citation: ||Vasiliu, Nicolae; Schreurs, Jeanne (Ed.). ECEC2014 & FUBUTEC2014, p. 107-112|
|Abstract: ||Blended Learning is now in evolution, by providing the best mix of face-to-face learning and e-learning activities, in which learners are actively engaged in a competency and constructivism based learning process. A special focus is on integrating experiential learning activities in the course. Practical exercises and experiments and problem-solving are organized as face to face sessions often in special lab rooms or even outside the classroom and on site of a project partner. A mix or blend of e-learning (self-study), experiential classroom activities and virtual class activities is the most flexible and social hybrid learning model. It guarantees an effective learning process, in collaboration with peers, the teaching team and external experts. Smart teaching technologies do exist to develop this kind of hybrid learning course.
Lecture capturing is increasingly in demand as a method of developing online lectures. Lecture capturing means making a digital copy of the lecture and publish it as an online video. Life lecture capturing is creating videos of the life lectures and lab developed lecture capturing is creating videos in a lab of a simulation of the lecture.
In a course mathematics of Hasselt University, a hybrid learning model has been defined. To support learners an e-tutor is developed, based on the lab lecture capturing technology. Students evaluated that e-tutor.|
|Type: ||Proceedings Paper|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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