Blended Learning Approach in Higher Education

Jovanovski, Vlatko and Suteva, Gabriela and Atanasova Jovanovska, Verica and Cekerovski, Todor and Danailova, Cvetanka (2011) Blended Learning Approach in Higher Education. Меѓународен научен собир "Образованието во 21 век".

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The Republic of Macedonia is presently making great leaps in the development of education. The fundamental tendency is education – the basis of entire society. A need to apply new technologies in training future teachers emerged with the adoption of the program: The Republic of Macedonia as an information society and miscellaneous programs for the application of IC technology (a computer for every pupil, Macedonia – the country of computer experts, covering the country with Wi-Fi, etc.). The underlying tendency is the introduction of e-learning into the curriculum for teachers who would in turn be the carriers of ICT programs and projects in education. This paper aims to present the union of traditional and e-learning as one of the methods for the application of ICT in classrooms, not only as a subsidiary tool but as an interactive part of teaching. We emphasize the use of advanced learning systems, incorporating various types of learning with blending virtual and physical resources. Our paper represents the use of virtual media as a constituent part of blended learning. It is integrated into traditional classrooms and environments where e-learning is used. It incorporates a combination of media supported instructions and solutions that determine the approach in a number of instances of higher education, accentuating the development of different blended learning solution which are being applied in teaching at institutions of higher education (the Faculty of Computer Science and the Faculty of Education) as constituent parts of the State University. University use Learning Management System (Moodle) who plies hugest possibilities: blogs, discussions forums, e-mail, SMS and different tools to create quizzes. Access to this system it is possible across University Web portal and is part of combination between face to face classroom instructions with on-line learning.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Computer and information sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science
Depositing User: Vlatko Jovanovski
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2012 09:05
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2012 09:05

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