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Hybrid Learning in Schools Redefining Education

by Punit Singh Consultant

What is the outcome when the traditional classrooms meet the digital classes today? It is Hybrid Learning in Schools. In simple words, it can be said that Hybrid Learning is an intelligent blend of In-person and online learning.

 

“The study techniques which worked yesterday, may not be relevant today.”

 

Indeed, nowadays, the education system is calling out for functional changes as the times are transforming at an expeditious rate unlike ever before. Also, it cannot be denied that currently, many schools are still caught up in the inertia of traditional pedagogy.

 

In a way, it can the current time is a transitory state. It is neither on the bygone-side nor on the future side. So how does one fill the gap? It is imperative to understand that today’s generation, be it the students or the teachers are somewhat adapted to the traditional way of learning. Undoubtedly, there has been a surge of digital classes, smart classes and more online options, but it is still in the transitory stage for formal schooling.

 

Also, as the world got hit with COVID 19, most of the schools experienced a jolt as now everything had to be managed in the online mode. It is critical to note that the school system is a matter of thousands of young children who will further define the future tomorrow. It also the matter of so many teachers who deserve the required training to adapt to the new system. So it cannot be instantly shifted from one format to the other. Everything takes time. So there is an urgent need for a middle path.

 

Hybrid learning offers a great solution to transition smoothly. The different school employ different methods. The pandemic times have made us introspecting. Especially school. The hybrid option offers a great solution to train students in small batches. They can attend the online and offline classes partially. This is a tremendous boon of this technology.

 

So here is a thing, it offers an option for blended schooling in the current times. A platform which provides the required momentum to get ready to embrace new technologies and ecosystem. Thus, there is an utter need of hybrid education in today’s world. In this mode of schooling, students get a chance to expand their horizons in an open ecosystem. So let’s explore how hybrid learning is shaping the education system today.

 

1. Individual Focus- Since this teaching mode employs high-end digital solutions, there is a constant track of the students’ performance. Through proper analytics of their attendance and performance, they get a holistic picture of how they are progressing. This is an utterly important factor. Only when someone knows where they stand, can they move forward.

 

2. Live Seminars and Group Discussions- With the help of hybrid learning, students can connect to live seminars with great ease and comfort. Students get a good chance of engaging in an academic discussion, and they can participate in presentations and debates. This catalyses their learning process. This feature is available in both online classes or offline classes. However, hybrid learning not only offers online experience but real-life engagement as well.

 

3. Lifetime study material access- Students get access to learn constantly. One of the best features of hybrid learning is that the notes and lectures are preserved in the module form. It can be accessed anytime as per one’s suitability.

 

4. Flexibility- There is immense flexibility in the learning module. So it rids the student off from the unnecessary pressure. So in this way, students will be exposed to an online platform and will also be benefitted with the real-time learning experiences.

 

“The best education is not given to the student; it is drawn out of them.”-Gerald Belcher.

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About Punit Singh Innovator     Consultant

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