Interactive Blended Learning

One of the emerging needs with the current COVID19 situation is the conduct of classroom transactions inside and out of the classrooms. This is increasingly necessary in situations where the vulnerable are involved. These include senior citizens, invalids and people living with chronic conditions.

In addition, classrooms will be opened only in conformity with strict safety protocols. In this regard, we are proposing a hybrid in-class and remote kind of infrastructure in which either the students or their instructors can attend classrooms or participate remotely.

And increasingly, it is becoming a necessity to the survival of the modern classroom that teaching models be evolved to accommodate emerging students’ demands. A wave of disruption is sweeping across the world with hands-on graduate being preferred at the workplace. Students who have been weaned on an interdependence and co-creation culture are more likely to adopt a solution development mindset making a more significant economic contribution.

Our e-learning model proposes The Flipped Classroom Model of E-Learning as Opposed to Blended E-learning. Great emphasis is put on Content Development and utilization of technology in distribution and access. This is accentuated by best practices considerations on each step. Below is a schematic presentation of our learning transactions with emphasis on locations of activities.

  1. Before Classroom Meeting
  2. During Classroom Meeting/ During Teacher-Learners Meeting Remotely
  3. After Classroom Meeting

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