Using different media makes it easier for learners to transfer learning to everyday life.
It is increasingly being recognized that learning is not a “one-off action” but a continuous process (lifelong learning, increasingly “on demand”). By combining digital, online and face-to-face modules, contemporary learning is possible in the blended learning model.
Blended learning is the combination of different teaching and learning formats and media into a coherent overall concept with an optimal learning effect. The social interactions (keyword: exchange and networking) and the acquired media competences are an additional added value for your employees. It is important that the forms of interaction correspond to the participants’ prior media knowledge.
Successful learning thrives on exchange in the group
Communication and exchange are important components, whether in pure e-learning, online or in face-to-face events. Practical experience, new perspectives and lively discussion take place, for example, in the learner community and in collegial learning groups. In the face-to-face phase, the focus is then on concrete practice and joint experimentation.
The trainer and facilitator has "four roles" in blended learning:
In addition, he is a learning consultant/learning process facilitator who works with empathy, authenticity and appreciation.
Our competence - your benefit
Secondary competencies, such as the competence for self-directed learning (“lifelong learning”) or also the competence for working in virtual teams, work groups and networks are developed during blended learning.