Blended Learning and Online Tutoring: A Good Practice Guide
With changes in student demography, increasingly large classes, and a growth in part-time study, many course developers and tutors are turning to online media for teaching and learning. This book contains chapters on: current practice in blended learning; a study of Open University tutors' strategies for supporting students; and more.
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Reflecting on Present Practice
Tutors Perceptions of Effective Intervention
Blended Learning and Pragmatism
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