Walking to the future stages of the Higher Education: Blended learning strategies empirically proved

Virtual Brief Paper ID: 36535
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    Olatz López-Fernández
    University of Barcelona
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    Niki Davis
    University of Canterbury
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    Anne-Marie Hunt
    University of Canterbury
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    Donna Morrow
    University of Canterbury
  5. Hasbiza Nordin
    University of Canterbury
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    Julie Mackey
    University of Canterbury

Abstract: What will higher education “look like” for to 2020? This is a question internationally treated in different countries, as New Zealand, Malaysia or Spain. A worldwide point of view is useful to frame the issues currently discussed, as the blended learning strategies, which seems to work effectively with specific factors controled. Several academic policies and , education organisms are trying to facilitate some of these aspects through initiatives addressed to give light around these new forms of university education through technology, which will be managed by teachers, who must be trained from their initial teacher training and during their academic career. This proposal presents some of the international lines addressed to improve innovative scenarios strategies supported through technology which are being empirically studied to provide valid results for blended learning in higher education. New insights are shared in order to contribute to teacher educators worldwide.


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