The contribution intends to look at blended learning from an unusual point of view, beyond its being an increasingly widespread option for face-to-face teaching, to consider it as a constitutive element of a completely online educational path. There are reasons to believe that blended activities, within a predominantly online educational path, acquire a specific meaning in relation to areas such as the presence of the educator in online contexts, the interactions between students, teachers and contents, the motivation to learn, etc. The research question is as follow: the blended activities in an online learning course can be designed in the same way as with students following face to face teaching? The contribution proposes a research design, to answer the research question expressed above, with the participation of teachers and students involved in face to face activities during their online degree courses of a Italian telematic university.

Blended learning in online teaching. Design strategies and future developments

Paolo Raviolo;Maria Grazia Simone;Irene Mauro;Marco Rondonotti
2021

Abstract

The contribution intends to look at blended learning from an unusual point of view, beyond its being an increasingly widespread option for face-to-face teaching, to consider it as a constitutive element of a completely online educational path. There are reasons to believe that blended activities, within a predominantly online educational path, acquire a specific meaning in relation to areas such as the presence of the educator in online contexts, the interactions between students, teachers and contents, the motivation to learn, etc. The research question is as follow: the blended activities in an online learning course can be designed in the same way as with students following face to face teaching? The contribution proposes a research design, to answer the research question expressed above, with the participation of teachers and students involved in face to face activities during their online degree courses of a Italian telematic university.
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