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Title: Application of Blended Learning at the SHS Level – Implications On Students’ Performance
Authors: Odoi, Grace
Ussiph, Najim
Panford, Joseph Kobina
Keywords: pedagogy
blended
modification
alternative
conventional
implications
online
face – to – face
Issue Date: Jul-2019
Publisher: International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security
Citation: International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Vol. 17, No. 7
Abstract: With the rapid proliferation of ICT devices in every field of endeavor and their usage becoming increasingly easier and more affordable, using blended learning in all levels of education becomes very imperative. However, classroom practices continue to be dominated by instructor-led teaching pedagogy. This study sought to unearth how blended learning can be applied as a teaching and learning approach at the SHS level and its implications if any on students’ academic performance, considering that traditional face-to-face technique has been used over the years with its antecedent problems at that level and below. The study found out that the BL environment made students active participants in class, so learning occurred naturally not memorization hence, learning last - longer and easy for students and further provided a different viewpoint for students and propelled their desire for continuous learning even in other subjects with the blended approach. Yet challenges like initial cost and slow internet connectivity transpired.
Description: This article is published in International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12966
ISSN: 1947-5500
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