For the first time (looking for more to come), Myngle has presented in the Future of Education conference in Florence- Italy.
The conference discussed a lot of Education related topics ( E-learning- Distance Education- Education and new technologiesâ€¦â€¦).
During the conference, there was great interest in E-learning and all the concepts, theories and all practices related to it.
As Myngl is always taking the lead in E-learning, we have presented our case-study about â€œThe New Online Blended Learningâ€.
Online blended learning is â€ bringing the best of both worlds, the offline learning, where you can get complete individualized lessons with a teacher, built around and for the exact needs of the student, and the asynchronous where you get more flexibility, as you can choose where and when to study, at your own paceâ€Â in our perspective. We explained our case study of Myngle teachers together with the Instituto Cervantes asynchronous AVE material oppblÃ¥sbare Telt.
Blended learning was one of the major themes discussed and everyone talked about it in different ways. Our presentation hadÂ the answers to many of the questions and worries that other presenters and visitors had discussed in the previous presentations, it also raised more awareness about the best way to apply this method, and gave good results.
One of the very interesting questions was about the material teachers use during the blended lessons; can they make use of their own material or simply work with the material provided for them? Another question was about the concept of â€œofflineâ€ learning and how we were able to define the meeting a teacher online as offline, for many people live online teaching is still something very new.
If you are interested in the presentation, or have any more questions please feel free to contact Hala at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reading your opinion and answering your questions about this topic!
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