What is it about?
This project result provides a broad overview of Blended-Learning as a teaching method. We give an overview of its essentials, helpful tools, characteristics, and, last but not least, the best practices of the five partner countries (France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, and Norway).
It also works as a database of the findings from the research we conducted that lays the foundation for the handbook for implementing the Blended-Learning approach, which is the second project result of the BlendedVET-project.
What is the relevance?
By gathering extensive data, including lots of concrete examples from all over the EU, we offer the opportunity to learn from organisations that have already successfully implemented Blended-Learning into their educational framework. With the pandemic being an enormous factor that led to the development of new teaching approaches, there is a strong push toward eLearning. Now every teacher willing to implement the Blended-Learning approach can profit from these best practices and use the information we provide to transform their lessons according to the Blended-Learning approach successfully. Using these resources, they are set up for future occasions where they find eLearning provides the best learning experience.
Who is it for?
This research database is aimed at trainers and educators who work in adult education, mainly for educators who work in vocational and educational training that want to implement the Blended-Learning approach to their lessons.