Blended learning is not new. NUS teachers have been using blended learning as a teaching strategy over many years.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, NUS was able to continue in our educational mission, through thoughtful use of online learning and assessments. It is likely that, as the situation improves to a “new normal”, we will continue to leverage on online or hybrid learning to help improve student learning outcomes. Being mindful of the different needs of our teachers and students, we have launched the Blended Learning 2.0 (BL 2.0) initiative.
This BL2.0 resource will guide colleagues as they think about designing and implementing blended learning modules.
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