BLENDED LEARNING BUILT ON TEACHER EXPERTISE

| January 15, 2020

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Blended learning was developed as a strategy to combat the often ineffectiveness of traditional teaching methods, while still harnessing the power of educator expertise. Within a classroom, a wide variety of skill sets and motivation levels are present, and teachers are expected to reach each and every individual where they are.  With the realization that this simply isn’t possible, educators set out to devise a new way of disseminating information while at the same time targeting the needs of unique learners. Hence, blended learning was born, placing teachers into a new and somewhat intriguing role.

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The University of Delaware - a state assisted, privately chartered institution - is a Land Grant, Sea Grant, Space Grant and Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). The University, with origins in 1743, was chartered by the State of Delaware in 1833. A Women's College was opened in 1914, and in 1945 UD became permanently coeducational. The main campus is located in Newark, Delaware, a suburban community of nearly 30,000, situated midway between Philadelphia and Baltimore. Courses are also offered at the Wilmington campus and at other locations throughout the State, including Dover, Georgetown, Milford, and Lewes.

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