Midwich Compulsory Blended Learning

Introduction To Blended Learning

Education has evolved over the past two years and blended learning has helped both students and teachers to overcome challenges. At Midwich, we have also adapted to the ever-changing needs of our customers and as such, we’ve created a NEW Blended Learning hub!

Blended learning is a combination of traditional face-to-face teaching in a brick-and-mortar classroom, with remote teaching based in an online classroom. Focusing on digital solutions that increase student engagement and autonomy while allowing flexibility, blended learning is re-imagining compulsory education settings and creating future-driven classrooms.

This Blended Learning hub is designed to provide all the information you need to adopt and integrate EdTech essentials into the classroom.

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Blended Learning Vs Hybrid Learning Environments

The terms ‘Blended learning’ and ‘Hybrid learning’ are often used synonymously. Despite many similarities such as using e-learning practices in conjunction with in-class learning, these two types of educational methods shouldn’t be confused. The key difference is that while hybrid learning teaches both remote and in-class at the same time, blended learning focuses on the division of time between the virtual environment and the physical classroom. This offers students a more personalised learning experience at home and group-orientated studying in a traditional classroom.

Midwich has partnered with selected EdTech vendors that make finding the right solution easier. Our in-house expertise helps ensure your solution does what you need it to, whether you’re looking for tools that are compatible with a specific programme or want technology that empowers students to collaborate and learn how they want to.

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Benefits of Blended Learning

It took a global pandemic to kickstart blended learning but the results have been incredible. Technology has elevated the learning experience and 73% of teachers now agree that blended learning increases engagement in their classrooms.

The benefits are undeniable and need to be shared! This learning method combined with the right technology changes compulsory education settings. Explore the infographic to discover more benefits of blended learning and unlock the future of education!

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Blended Learning - Further Resources

Explore the intricacies of blended learning in compulsory education through a wide range of blogs and case studies. These extra resources showcase benefits and necessary elements to help achieve a successful digital learning strategy.

Blogs

Blended Learning EdTech Essentials

Blended Learning EdTech Essentials

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What is Blended and Hybrid Learning?

What is Blended and Hybrid Learning?

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Education in a Post-pandemic World

Education in a Post-pandemic World

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How Boundary Microphones Create Clearer Audio for Blended Learning

Clearer Audio for Blended Learning

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Jabra - Types Of Blended Learning That Support A Virtual Classroom

Blended Learning For The Virtual Classroom

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Blended Learning From Brightsign

Lexmark Case Study

Lexmark Case Study

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