Pedagogy of Effective Blended Learning 357
The work is aimed at presenting a model of effective blended learning pedagogy, its values, key factors of effective blended learning, as well as recommendations for teachers and trainers. A review of the literature in recent years is presented. The basic principles of effective blended learning: the student is at the center of the educational process, focus not only on knowledge, but also on competencies, personalization, personal responsibility for the results of their own activities. The results obtained make it possible to say that the effectiveness of blended learning is influenced by design from a goal and a flexibility, mastery based learning and differentiation, personalization, learning communities, active and interactive learning, a change in the assessment system, educational independence and self-regulated learning, self-efficacy and the use of diagnostic tests. There is evidence that the modern concept of blended learning includes a change in pedagogical approach, although in widespread use it continues to be a combination of online and face-to-face learning. It is noted that modern research is aimed at identifying parameters that affect the effectiveness of blended learning, such as self-regulation and self-efficacy of students, the use of differentiated teaching by teachers, formative assessment, active learning. Recommendations are given for teachers and methodists to improve the effectiveness of blended learning.
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