Blended learning refers to an educational approach that combines traditional face-to-face instruction with online or digital learning activities. It integrates the benefits of both in-person and virtual learning methods to create a comprehensive and flexible learning experience. Blended learning aims to leverage the advantages of technology while maintaining the benefits of direct interaction and engagement with instructors and peers.
Blended learning is a language course that combines in-person classes with online activities. Learners attend weekly face-to-face classes where they interact with the instructor and practice speaking skills in a group setting. In addition to the in-person classes, learners access an online learning platform where they complete self-paced grammar exercises, watch instructional videos, engage in online discussions with classmates, and submit written assignments for feedback.