Four different types of vocational schools have experimented with blended learning as a way of dealing with problems faced in their students’ theoretical and practical training and the interplay between these. A large part of this has involved the need for differentiated teaching as will be illustrated through selected cases.
The foci of the cases are:
•How can students be part of school-based teaching and learning during periods of practical training?
•How can authentic practice be brought into school-based practical training?
•How may blended learning assist and support students who are otherwise challenged in terms of meeting the prescribed competence goals?
Methodologically, scenarios have been employed as a tool for defining the practice-related problems teachers meet in their practice and describing ways in which blended learning may present solutions. Subsequently, the solutions have been made more specific and contextualized and have been tested.
|Bidragets oversatte titel||Blended Learning som en løsning på praksisrelaterede problemer i erhvervsskolerne|
|Status||Udgivet - 2013|
|Begivenhed||Fifth Nordic Conference on Adult Learning - Iceland University School of Education, REykjavik, Island|
Varighed: 4 mar. 2013 → 6 mar. 2013
Konferencens nummer: 5
|Konference||Fifth Nordic Conference on Adult Learning|
|Lokation||Iceland University School of Education|
|Periode||04/03/13 → 06/03/13|