The terms ‘hybrid learning’ and ‘blended learning’ are often used interchangeably, but they’re not the same. The hybrid learning approach greatly reduces ‘seat time’ in a traditional classroom and shifts more of the teaching and course delivery online.
Meanwhile, in blended learning, online materials do not replace face-to-face class time. Think of hybrid learning as the flexible extension of blended learning.
Our free hybrid learning handbook contains guidelines and tips on how you can implement a hybrid learning protocol suited for your educational needs.
A hybrid learning protocol will ensure the continuation of learning in the event of any disruption to regular classroom learning. Our free guide (available in English, Swedish, Finnish, Dutch, French and German) has handy recommendations based on lessons learned from remote learning in 2020.
As your educational partner, itslearning can help you plan and implement a dedicated hybrid learning protocol that is a custom fit for all levels of education. To get a closer look at itslearning, ask us for a demo.