Project Details

Blended Learning, Learning Design and Peer Learning: Eight Departmental Approaches

The purpose of this research project is to investigate teacher-educator and student perceptions of blended learning which uses a specific learning design of peer learning.Blended learning is a pedagogical approach that combines face-to-face teaching and learning with online learning to provide diverse learning experience for students. Peer learning promotes the learning outcomes of: working with others; critical enquiry and reflection; communication and articulation of knowledge, understanding and skills; managing learning how to learn and self and peer assessment (Boud, Cohen & Simpson, 2001). The research will examine the lectures' perceptions of teaching a blended module using peer learning and student perceptions of participating in a blended learning module using peer learning. The research will examine both the advantage and disadvantages of blended learning from both the teacher and students' perspectives.

Commencement Date : 2005/8
Completion Date : 2007/1
Chief Investigator(s) : KEPPELL MICHAEL JAMES 康沛明 #
Co-Investigator(s) : NG MEE WAH, EUGENIA 吳美華 #
Prof SIN, Kuen Fung 冼權鋒 [CSENIE,SEC]
CHEN SHIHUI 陳適暉 #
Prof LEUNG, Pui Wan Pamela 梁佩雲 [CHL,FHM]
BODYCOTT PETER THOMAS #
Keyword(s) : Blended learning  




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