Blended teaching and learning: a two-way systems approach
Hamilton, John, and Tee, SingWhat (2013) Blended teaching and learning: a two-way systems approach. Higher Education Research & Development, 32 (5). pp. 748-764.
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A first-year tertiary-student structural equation modelling approach builds understanding of blended learning. The Biggs' 3P teaching-and-learning-systems model displays significant two-way interactions between each of its presage, process and product constructs. This study validates the Biggs' approach as a dynamic interactive learning system. The student learning processes occur through teacher contributions, mixed with learning interactions and feedback systems. Greater learning, knowledge and skills transfer is possible when students are suitably pre-prepared/pre-skilled for their ensuing learning experiences and for the varieties of teaching/learning interactions that they encounter.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||tertiary teaching modes; flexible; blended; traditional; student learning outcomes; Biggs|
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|Deposited On:||30 Aug 2012 16:00|
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