Evaluation and Establishing Strategies of Blended Learning

Kaiyu LI, Weitao LIU


Blended learning is a new emerging learning method which integrates online learning and face-to- face learning. This paper aims at discussing the advantages and disadvantages of blended learning and propose approaches to fix some existing problems. Moreover, this paper also gives attention to Chinese blended learning experimental examples. The ultimate goal is to improve hybrid learning and benefit students and teachers.


Blended learning; Learning method; Teaching and learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10333


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