The difference between blended learning and hybrid learning
What is hybrid learning?
Hybrid learning is a combination of traditional face-to-face teaching with additional offline or remote learning techniques (such as experiential learning and digital course delivery). The goal is to apply the right combination of learning skills to effectively teach content and meet the learning needs of students. In a word, it is an educational method in which individuals participate in person and others participate online. How to build a hybrid learning environment? Q-NEX offers Lecture Capture System Solution, by connecting the Lecture Capture System to NMP, we can build a Lecture Capture classroom with live streaming, so more video input sources can be extended to the Lecture Capture System, also there are abundant video course resources that can be obtained.
What is blended learning?
Blended learning is a blend of offline and online teaching. Distinguish from hybrid learning, blended learning takes advantage of online teaching to achieve traditional face-to-face teaching, rather than replacing it. Blended learning usually involves students interacting online to ask questions, complete assignments, and collaborate with other students. Using the example above, a teacher might schedule two days of face-to-face teaching and assign students to write online forum posts in their spare time. Q-NEX also has a solution suitable for students to interact online with teachers. If you want to know more about it, visit Q-NEX website: https://www.qnextech.com/
Both types of learning involve a mixture of face-to-face learning and online learning, but there are some differences for learners in the two applications scenarios. Through hybrid learning, face-to-face learners and online learners are different individuals. Through blended learning, the same person can learn either in person or online.
Blended learning only focuses on combining distance learning with traditional teaching, while hybrid learning focuses on combining any possible learning technology to best teach content, whether online or offline. Blended learning focuses on the equal balance between remote learning and traditional teaching, while hybrid learning is more inclined to online or non-traditional teaching.