BLENDED LEARNING IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS OF THE UNIVERSITY STAGE DURING THE CORONA PANDEMIC
Face Higher education institutions today have several demands imposed on them by successive scientific and technological developments. Despite the limited capabilities and resources available to them, they must face the increasing demand for higher education and raise the level of its efficiency, effectiveness and quality. To be in line with the requirements of the times, meet the needs of the labor market, and activate development plans, through the development of human cadres. Blended learning came as a result of the Corona pandemic, which invaded the world in early 2019/2020. Although blended learning is a type of learning practiced in many educational settings; this motivates the teacher to combine different resources and activities in the learning environments that the student can interact with, and build his ideas through them. It is a training and learning program that mixes face-to-face and distance learning according to the educational situation. Where technology is used in the process of integrating objectives, content, resources, learning activities, and information delivery strategies; to create a positive interaction between the teacher and the needs of the student.
Keywords: Blended learning, educational process, corona pandemic.
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