Special Issue "The Evolutions of Blended Learning: New Forms of Mixed Learning"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2021.
Interests: TEL; post-digital; embodied cognition; third space; social robotic; blended learning; DEPIT
Interests: e-learning; didactics, technology enhanced learning; digital learning environments; visual learning; artificial intelligence
Interests: e-learning; community online; didactics; teacher training; media education
Interests: online learning; technology enhanced learning; media education; digital learning environments
The Covid-19 emergency has highlighted the weak points of blended learning. Before 2020, universities, schools, and training agencies had put forward and tested different forms of blended learning based on a balance between presence and distance for the same groups of students. We have been observing new and unusual ways to organize groups in teaching and learning activities, by means of new spaces, environments, and strategies.
This Special Issue on the evolution of blended learning is addressed to researchers applying unconventional methods to teaching with technology.
The key areas of this Special Issue include the following:
e-learning models; teaching and methods activities; assessment; school equipment; university teaching; school teaching; inclusive teaching; learning environments; classroom interaction; learning design; learning objects; machine learning; predictive learning; school organization; university organization; and robotics.
Prof. Dr. Pier Giuseppe Rossi
Prof. Dr. Chiara Panciroli
Prof. Dr. Livia Petti
Prof. Dr. Andrea Garavaglia
Manuscript Submission Information
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- blended learning
- online learning
- emergency learning
- hybrid learning
- mixed learning