A case study of blended learning in higher education in Malaysia: flipped, flopped or forgotten?

Michelle Jones

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Abstract

Every day, in Universities across the globe, more and more courses are being created to embrace blended learning approaches. Classes are now being ‘flipped’ in the pursuit of more effective learning and better student outcomes. However, the concept of blended and flipped learning in Malaysia is relatively new. This paper outlines an exploratory study of blended learning in a higher education institution (HEI) in Malaysia. The focus of this paper is an investigation of the pedagogical processes associated with blended and flipped learning in a Higher Education context.
The paper provides a discussion of the implementation challenges associated with delivering a new blended learning programme. The paper concludes that there are significant benefits to students from learning in a learning environment that uses blended and flipped approaches.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 3rd Teaching & Education Conference - Barcelona, 2016
EditorsK. Cermakova, J. Rotschedl
Place of PublicationPrague, Czech Republic
PublisherInternational Institute of Social and Economic Sciences (IISES)
Pages132-137
ISBN (Electronic)9788087927267
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016
Event3rd Teaching & Education Conference, Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 28 Jun 2016 → …

Conference

Conference3rd Teaching & Education Conference, Barcelona
CountrySpain
Period28/06/16 → …

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